Popular food truck adding first brick-and-mortar in Irondale

By Erica Thomas, managing editor

IRONDALE — Eat at Panoptic, a full-service food truck that operates in the Birmingham-metro, is moving into its first brick-and-mortar building.

The new restaurant will be in the location of the former Green Acres Cafe, at 1819 Crestwood Blvd, in Irondale. The building has been renovated inside and out.

Executive Chef Raquel Ervin has had a lifelong passion for food, according to the Eat at Panoptic website.

“Eat at Panoptic prides itself with offering premier culinary services and southern hospitality to its clients,” the website states.

The business will now offer cafe eating, food truck services, catering and delivery.

On the menu is a large variety of sliders, salads and a Saturday-only Brunch menu offering waffles and skillets. You can view the menu below.

The grand opening celebration will be held on Saturday, May 1, 2021, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. There will be food, beverages and music, at the event.

Eat at Panoptic is hiring for several positions for the new location. You can apply online at www.eatatpanoptic.com/apply.