The duo said the new shop will offer simple quality food with "great bread and meats roasted daily."
“Honestly, really great sandwiches are difficult to find around here, so that’s what we want to do—in the Chuko style of course,” Blankenship told the paper.
According to the article, the owners are still in negotiations “for a nearby space,” so we’re keeping our fingers crossed that this still means Prospect Heights.
after Blankenship and Koon honed their skills under Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto for five years in Manhattan.
In November, the duo’s menu got , with the reporter calling the ingredients “top-notch.”