Get your sandwich on: Guest chef series relaunches at Keevil & Keevil

The first "guest chef" sandwich to debut at Keevil & Keevil this year comes from Mason Hereford, of New Orleans’ Turkey and the Wolf. Photo courtesy Keevil Kitchen The first “guest chef” sandwich to debut at Keevil & Keevil this year comes from Mason Hereford, of New Orleans’ Turkey and the Wolf. Photo courtesy Keevil Kitchen

Harrison Keevil’s departure from Commonwealth Restaurant & Skybar is already paying dividends at Keevil & Keevil.  With his full attention back on the shop he runs with his wife Jennifer, Keevil has big plans for 2019. Kicking off the year is the re-launch of his guest chef sandwich series, where each month a different chef collaborates with Keevil on a special sandwich. Past iterations have been stellar.

First up, in January, is one of the nation’s most acclaimed sandwich makers: Mason Hereford, of New Orleans’ Turkey and the Wolf and Molly’s Rise and Shine. In 2017, Bon Appetit named Turkey and The Wolf America’s Best New Restaurant.

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