Elm St Social Club is a Black-owned, pop-up deli concept located in Over-the-Rhine, directly across the street from the historic Findlay Market, owned by Jordan Anthony-Brown. The menu features a selection of sandwiches, house-made ice creams, deli sides and refreshing drinks.
Elm St Social Club strives to create a unique and experience for all their guests while maintaining the highest health and safety standards surrounding Covid-19. Even in the absence of indoor dining, the nostalgic 80’s decor and a killer throwback playlist make every experience memorable.
Elm St Social Club serves all-day breakfast and lunch, Wednesday through Sunday. Opened under the constrictions of Covid-19, the company is a take-out only establishment and accepts orders online (through the website) or over the phone.
Elm St Social Club also is a proud participant in Bakers Against Racism, an international, grassroots initiative using decentralized bake sales to raise money for organizations working to end the unjust treatment of Black people.
About the Owner:
Owner and chef, Jordan Anthony-Brown is a Cincinnati native who honed his craft in Washington DC before bringing his considerable talents back to the Queen City. Jordan is passionate about creating amazing products by combining good techniques with the best ingredients and the humble sandwich is no exception.
With a focus on partnering with other local companies (Hen of the Woods Chips, Deeper Roots Coffee, Urbana, and Sixteen Bricks Bread to name a few), Jordan is constantly working to champion and strengthen the independent businesses in his hometown.
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