Souper Jenny Returning To Decatur Sept. 14 For Three Month Stint, Maybe Longer

Soup and sandwich shop will operate out of the Nuts 'N Berries health food store in the North Decatur Plaza. It could become a permanent operation.
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Souper Jenny is returning to Decatur next week. Owner Jenny Levison, who last year shuttered her soup and sandwich shop in the city, is launching a three-month pop-up inside Nuts ‘N Berries, the recently-opened North Decatur Plaza health food store, Souper Jenny announced in an email to patrons this week. “Amazing news…We’re back in Decatur!,” the email states. “We’re doing a POP-UP SHOP inside the new Nuts ‘N Berries….”

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The Souper Jenny pop-up will last at least through the end of December 2020 with a start date of Monday, September 14. It will be open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. It could become a permanent operation, however, depending on the pop-up’s success, according to further reporting by Eater Atlanta.

“We have been looking for a better Decatur location since we left downtown Decatur,” Levison told Eater Tuesday. “We already partner with the Nuts ‘N Berries in Brookhaven, which also started as a pop-up five years ago, so when they asked us to take over their food service area, it seemed like another great match.’

Nuts ‘N Berries replaced the 42-year-old Rainbow Natural Foods, at 2118 N Decatur Road, earlier this year.

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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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I.P.30307since1987!
1 month ago

What’s going on in that second photo???
It looks like a giant sperm attached itself to that guy’s face…

Kat
1 month ago

glad to see this. the previous location wasn’t good if you didn’t work down there. parking was too problematic.

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