The Lunch Club

Interview

Our sandwiches are inspired by what you’d find at a Japanese convenience store, or Konbini, which are the equivalent of a bodega in New York.

Interview

"Sometimes things don’t have to be so obviously luxurious or beautiful. Things don’t always have to have whistles and bells."

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"My cookie touched the same lips that touched John Lennon. That’s cool."

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"My mom was like, it doesn’t matter if we can afford it or not, this is a necessity. I didn’t realize that was unique until I went to college and my roommates asked why I buy everything organic. I asked them why they don’t."

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"I thought, you know what, I’d like to start writing stories and I’d like to write ones that are reflective of people of color in this space."

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"I got tripe. I got tongue. I got all those, what are they called, offal foods? So even though my mom didn’t like to cook, she did expose me to a lot of things. Now I wish my mom was making me food everyday."

Ready to lunch?

Start by upgrading those old takeout containers made of cheap, toxic plastics.