Crumb, a sophisticated sandwich and salad eatery developed in partnership by Haddonfield chefs David Murray (ex-Denim BYOB) and Walter Gouldsbury (The Custard Cart), plans a September 15th opening.
Details are forthcoming but expect crave-worthy sandwiches made with scratch-made bread, fresh ingredients, salads, and Walter’s scrumptious desserts.
Located at 43 Kings Highway East, Crumb replaces Indulgence Cupcakery near Haddy the Dinosaur. Construction and interior work are in the final stages while the menu is still in development. Don’t expect cheesesteaks or cold-cut sandwiches here. Murray promises gourmet handhelds at fair prices.
After Denim closed earlier in the year to focus on his health, and he transferred the lease at 116 East Kings Highway to Anthony Lipot to open Wanda BYOB, he began baking bread in his home kitchen and soon developed a passion for it. Inspiration struck.
“This opportunity basically fell in my lap,” Murray told South Jersey Food Scene. He was called in as a consultant at the bakery to breathe new life in the space. Ultimately, he decided to assume the lease and re-brand it.
He had already been working with Gouldsbury catering local events. It made sense to bring him on as a partner. Over the past month, they’ve been working every day to remodel the space to suit their needs. They knocked out a wall and closet to accommodate more seating inside. Cosmetic improvements and a kitchen update will soon be completed. On Instagram, they’re showing off artwork that will adorn the walls.
Stay tuned for more details as we have them. Haddonfield is quickly becoming the foodie mecca of South Jersey!
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