Richardson Neighborhood Breakfast at Even Stevens
A sandwich shop with a cause has arrived in Texas and they would love to get to know you before they open to the public.
Come see the Texas digs, have breakfast and learn all about why Even Stevens loves Richardson!
For every sandwich sold, they donate a sandwich to a local non-profit partner. Since opening their first restaurant on June 24th, 2014 in Salt Lake City, UT, the brand has donated over 1,500,000 sandwiches to the community. Allowing their non-profit partners to save cash on feeding community members in need and instead direct their resources towards life-changing programs.
The moment you walk into this first Even Stevens Sandwiches in Texas you are transported into a contemporary art gallery space that is anchored by a sculptural menu wall made up of multi-colored electrical conduits. A gallery wall above custom booths made from reclaimed bowling lanes for the ‘40’s displays a series of oversized panels on a movable rail that mimics the movement of the energetic central expressway outside. Locally curated art, inside, including top artists from celebrated Richardson Art Magnate high school, as well Dallas urban artist. Intimate nooks filled with mid-century modern inspired furniture and found objects help create an urban eclectic design. Outside on the Moorish inspired tiled patio is an intimate space away from the energy, also filled with iconic furniture pieces often seen in art museums. Not to be taken too seriously, a wall mounted turf covered Texas Toss’um beanbag toss game completes the patio environment.