Hector Santiago is reviving his Super Pan concept, relaunching the restaurant this fall in Ponce City Market. The small, 757-square-foot outpost will be situated near a Central Food Hall entrance and offer Latin-inspired sandwiches, baked goods, and hot plates during the day and small plates at night. In an interview with Atlanta Magazine, Santiago shares a few more details.
- Among the many menu items will be Cuban sandwiches, coconut buns with pork belly, and Mexican tuna escabeche.
- Santiago will run the kitchen for at least the first six months, and then Big Sky Buckhead's Pedro Matos will take over.
- In addition to the small plates at night, Santiago eventually plans to offer paella.
- The bar will pour beer, wine, cocktails, and "simple mixed drinks."
Super Pan, along with Santiago's Pura Vida and El Burro Pollo, originally operated in Poncey-Highland before closing in 2012. The chef has been popping up around town in recent months, serving up his burritos and Latin sandwiches.