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Monday, July 5, 2010

Southern Sandwich Eyes S.F. Debut

Posted By on Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 1:00 PM

Smoked beef sausage and hush puppies. - TAMARA PALMER
  • Tamara Palmer
  • Smoked beef sausage and hush puppies.
Man, we're salivating just looking at that picture and remembering that smoked beef sausage and glossy toasted bun. Damn. We drove down to Redwood City to check out Southern Sandwich, the new truck from Nathan and Brett Niebergall. The brothers owned Frisee in the Castro, which closed in late 2008 and was not the type of place where you could get pulled pork or hush puppy po'boys. But as SFoodie editor John Birdsall discovered when he interviewed them, they wanted to cook the food of their childhood for this mobile venture.

click to enlarge Nathan Niebergall at the front of the house. - TAMARA PALMER
  • Tamara Palmer
  • Nathan Niebergall at the front of the house.
During our visit, a Redwood City police officer told the Niebergalls they had five minutes to close up because they'd been parked there for more than a half hour, so we dashed out quickly and forgot to drown our Carolina pulled pork sandwich in one of several tempting-looking hot sauces. In the end, though, we are still dreaming about that smoked sausage.

Southern Sandwich is expected to return to Redwood City this week after a week off working on kitchen fixes that will hopefully lead to a permit to operate in San Francisco. In the meantime, it's definitely worth a trip if you're looking for new lunch options on the Peninsula.

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