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Greek Pastries Are on the Menu at the New Argentum Project

The SoMa cafe serves breakfast and lunch

The Greek cheese pastry tiropita at Argentum Project
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SoMa now has a new option for sweets and sandwiches. Greek eatery and market The Argentum Project is up and running at 47 6th Street, reports Hoodline, after a long time in the works. It serves breakfast and lunch.

Argentum Project describes itself as a “Greek-style coffee cafe.” On the menu: Salads, sandwiches, and savory dishes like spanakopita and a lasagna with ground beef and béchamel sauce. Soft-serve frozen Greek yogurt and an array of pastries — including baklava — are also on offer, along with coffee, tea, and Greek sodas, wine, and beer. The coffee menu includes freddos, the Greek iced cappuccinos and iced espressos.

In addition to the food, available for dining in or takeout, Argentum Project sells pantry items like honey, olive oil, and dips. There’s also a meat-free fig “salami” from Hellenic Farms in New Jersey.

It’s open from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during the week, and closed on weekends.

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