is the brainchild of sandwich maven Tiffany Iung, who at one time could be seen pedaling around town on her pink bike peddling sandwiches and other treats from a reclaimed suitcase strapped to the back. Her new digs are positively palatial in comparison: a lunch window in the 2800 block of Umatilla Street, right behindThe Truffle Table
(which which she shares a kitchen), from which she serves sandwiches, salads and snacks from a rotating menu. But last week, that window was closed up tight.
Not to worry, though. One of the big benefits to having a tiny place is that if you decide you need to close in order to concentrate on other projects, you don't have any employees who'll go hungry -- although your customers might. Iung offered those fans an update onTifamade's Facebook page
Hello Sandwich Window pals. I'm up to my eyeballs in wedding catering this week, and I have to close the window for the rest of the week. I thought I could do both, but turns out I can't. Come see me at the Denver Flea on Saturday if you get a chance? Normal hours resume next Tuesday. Thanks!!
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And that means today. So hurry over to LoHi, where Tifamade's window will open at 11 a.m. this morning.