Isn’t it always the fantasy that your favorite highbrow restaurant opens a more casual takeaway place? Behold your dreamweavers, Tim and Bronwyn Wiechmann (TW Food and Bronwyn), who have just unveiled a sandwich spot in Inman. In keeping with the couple’s Eastern European influences, Playska serves Balkan-inspired sammies and meat pies, including the eponymous sandwich: a hamburger-sausage amalgam served on pogacha bread. But veggies shouldn’t fret: Meatless offerings like the foraged mushroom sandwich (wild hen of the woods, challah bread, avocado and red cardamom spread, butter lettuce, aged gouda) are both wildly creative and wildly delicious. They’re technically open until 8 p.m., but lest you think your weeknight dinner plans are permanently locked up, take heed: Playska only stays open as long as supplies last.
|Venue name:||Playska (CLOSED)||Contact:|
|Cross street:||between Dickinson and Springfield Sts|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 11am-8pm|