The 30-year old Magazine Street Po-boy and Sandwich Shop will close its doors after lunch on Thursday when owner Ray Movahed retires. According to Ian McNulty, Turkey and the Wolf’s Mason Hereford has already signed the lease on the space.
Hereford isn’t sharing details at the moment, but McNulty did a little sleuthing and found out that Hereford has registered the name Molly’s Rise and Shine, which sounds like a breakfast spot.
Turkey and the Wolf is only a few blocks away on Jackson Avenue. With “radical” sandwiches and fillings like bologna and potato chips, it was on Eater’s list of Best New Restaurants in America last year. Bon Appétit called the little sandwich shop the number one best new restaurant in America last year.
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