That's a Wrap Moves to Old Lola Tapas, Green Fills the Void

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Get ready for more vegan-friendly eats in CenPho -- including killer vegan chicken wings.

Chef-owner Damon Brasch has sold his popular sandwich shop, That's a Wrap, to longtime manager Erik Hansen.

Hansen plans to relocate the 7th Street business to the old Lola Tapas spot on Camelback, making way for Brasch to bring a second location of his vegan comfort food joint, Green, to the space.

Both restaurant owners have changes planned for their respective eateries.


At the new That's a Wrap, which will tentatively open in early September, Hansen plans to serve the same menu of affordable, casual fare that's currently offered. However, he'll offer an expanded evening menu and expanded hours, with beer and wine as well. Sia Trujillo, formerly of Tammie Coe Cakes and MJ Bread, will be the general manager.

Meanwhile, Brasch expects about a three-month buildout to transform the current That's a Wrap spot into Green. Architect Hayes McNeil, who owns Royal Coffeebar, will be designing the space. There will be a brand-new dining room and expanded parking, Brasch says.


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