Supernatural Food & Wine serves up cider donuts, and the best lunch in Tampa

Exterior of a small sandwich and donut counter with a colorful mural

Supernatural Food and Wine is a brand new breakfast and lunch hub in Downtown Tampa, and it even has a to-go window for fresh cider donuts.

Supernatural Food & Wine may be the coolest hidden gem in the city of Tampa. The small food counter just around the corner from the historic Tampa Theater is bursting with fresh, unique flavor. To start, Supernatural Food & Wine’s fresh cider donuts are a New England transplant’s dream come true. If you want one, you’re going to need to pre-order on Supernatural Food & Wine’s website. These cinnamon-sugar wheels sell fast.

Cider Donuts from Supernatural Food & Wine

The best donuts in the city of Tampa

Many may recognize the mural-covered exterior as the home of Nojaks, which made the best burger in Tampa in my personal opinion. Owner Wesley Roderick and the old crew at Nojaks are of course behind Supernatural Food & Wine and every bit of TLC you experienced at Nojaks is delivered in equal measure at the new concept.

When you visit, you need to try the fresh peanut butter, maple, and banana sandwich on seeded wheat bread. The breakfast bowl featuring seasoned potato hash, egg, and buttered toast is a transcendent simple pleasure (and an absolutely hearty way to start your day).

Of the classic sandwiches on the menu, here are three you need to keep on your radar:

Turkey & Ranch: Tasty Sourdough, piled high with oven roasted turkey; avocado; lettuce; tomato; herbed ranch; add bacon for a killer experience.

Italian Stallion: Pepper salad; lettuce & tomato; served on a delicious Ciabatta-baguette.

The Hubmarine: This is your favorite layered cold-cut sandwich but now VEGAN. On super tasty Ciabatta baguette. Pressed marinated Tofu; house made pickles; lettuce; tomatoBLT sauce.

The Hubmarine Sandwich at Supernatural Food & Wine

Massive vegan sandwiches on the go

If you have a sweet tooth, then you can indulge in the incredible Katie’s Fine Cookies. Tiramisu and tasty date oat milkshakes are also available for the particularly famished.

There is of course an impressive selection of all natural wines, with bottles ranging from $15-$35 dollars. If you’re on the move, the shop also serves up office lunch packs.

Supernatural Food & Wine, 305 E Polk Street

Written by Andrew Harlan

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