Off The Menu: The Argentum Project Swoons Greek Decadence in SoMa
"Such a wonderful addition to the neighborhood," Alan, a frequent of the new eatery in the heart of SoMa.
And if in case you tire of Souvla—let this be your next option. The Argentum Project offers sandwiches, espresso drinks, cookies, pastries, frozen yogurt, soft serve, prepared salads and Greek grocery items. The owners Dimitrios and Katerina want patrons to really sip and savor the authentic bites of both their upbringings.
For us, we're really excited to drink up on their supply of authentic Greek beer and 100% vegan sandwiches they have for the various lunch time crowd. And when we are craving something sweet, housemade Greek frozen yoghurt is very in order—here are the deets: The soft-serve frozen Greek yoghurt comes with toppings like cherries, housemade baklava crumbles, honey syrup and more. One reviewer also mentioned, "got the fig and prosciutto sandwich and it was so good. You can tell they're using authentic high-end ingredients and the sandwiches are made from scratch."
// 47 Sixth St., SoMa, 8 a.m.–3:30 p.m. on weekdays. (It's closed on weekends.) Photo by Alex Block.