When Marc Bogoff created Stockyard as a monthly supper club in a friend's loft in Pontiac, MI, he had no idea just how hard it would take off. Though his now-16-seat, 5-course dinner popups still rotate around Detroit, he's added a food trailer to the lineup, slinging sandwiches and sides with an impressive culinary backbone.
You can find about 5 sandwiches on the menu at any given time, with classics like tuna with spicy mustard and corned beef with sauerkraut, ranging all the way to veggie sandos like broccoli melts with pickled red onion. Served on fresh rolls, each and every sandwich on board is a grand slam. According to science, sandwiches are good for your soul, so make the right choice and book Stockyard to cater your next event.
Italian Melt — Mortadella, salami, provolone, aioli, dressed arugula, fried garlic, and giardiniera