Kevin Gibson reviews the Flat12 (Jeffersonville) location of Urban Bread Co., but the information pertains to 145 E. Main in New Albany, too.
Urban Bread Co., formerly the Hub Roti Café, expands its unique food to new locations, by Kevin Gibson (Insider Louisville)
The Urban Bread Co. is attempting to take over Southern Indiana, or so it might seem given the recent moves the small company has made.
Previously known as the Hub Roti Café, which we covered last year, Urban Bread will vacate its original space, and it has since opened spots in New Albany and as a sort of permanent pop-up at Flat 12 Bierwerks in Jeffersonville. Meanwhile, another location is set to open as part of the Clark County Auto Auction, just a few miles east of the original location.
Owned by partners and family members Sam, Ben and Nick Jones, Urban Bread continues its vision of serving sandwiches on roti, a type of bread that creates a pocket of sorts, kind of like a taco.
The good news is the ingredients can range widely, creating the option for all sorts of interesting combinations. In addition, the core menu has expanded and shifted to bring about some new taste options.