Entrepreneurial Spirit

Steve Down dons a suit daily, quotes Goethe, orates words like compassionate capitalism, and carries Steve Job’s biography in his back pocket. And he lays it out on the table: he isn’t a “restaurant guy”. Blue eyes don’t lie has perhaps been his creed since birth. He isn’t a 20-something hipster with tousled hair jetting off to developing countries. He doesn’t use Instagram. (The rest of the team does plenty of that)

We applaud the vagabond millennial, but Even Stevens is a tale of it’s own. Think of your parents’ wisdom mixed with the progressive spirit of youth. A New York Stock-exchange meets Woodstock kind of romance. Steve has forever been a champion for the next generation.

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How this Entrepreneur is Winning the Hearts of Millennials

If you’re paying attention, you’ll have noticed there is a recent trend in many business industries. This trend is what some are calling “Conscious Capitalism.” What this means is that business owners are focusing on more than day-to-day business and profitability. Rather, they are focused more on cause, community, and mission. One such entrepreneur is Steve Down... READ MORE

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We opened our first shop in Salt Lake City on June 24th, 2014. When we donated over 30,000 sandwiches to local non-profits in just 6 months, we knew were on to something.

A Sandwich Shop With A Cause

Community is our recipe book. Our hometown has been a bigger influence than any textbook or viral trend. Craft food makers, artists, musicians and businesses from our neighborhood have all contributed to our growing brand. Unlike the cookie cutter chains of yesterday - we’re committed to locality, in every community we set up shop.

Food connects everyone.

By pulling on the symbolic white glove of good service, we’ve made a commitment to do good while snubbing the white-bread rhetoric and the empty-calories of purposeless work. But let's not forget,

It feels good to do good.