Austin Daily Press offers Classic Form and Modern Flavor with humble roots as a late night food trailer, team ADP got their start pressing panini for the show goers and bar patrons of the Red River Cultural District. With an insatiable hunger for big, bold, Texas sized flavor and all things sandwich the team partnered with Executive Chef Reed Faitak in the summer of 2012 and took the leap to a brick and mortar operation.ย With the advent of a tiny, yet proper kitchen, Chef Reed and his team found ย their culinary calling by way of the classic Mexican sandwich, the Torta. Fresh baked Telera Rolls were the perfect platform for Chef Reeds’ endless creativity and unique approach to balancing classic and contemporary flavors and techniques. A Chef’s approach to sandwiches was born, and as they say, the rest is history.
In our catering weย  like to “KEEPIN’ IT CASUAL”,ย Our team obsesses over every detail so you don’t have to. Our goal is to create a comfortable space that facilitates positive vibes and incredible flavor experiences for our patrons, day in and day out.ย 
Whether you need to get in and out quick, or you are looking to kill some time on the patio with your crew, Service First is the name of the game at ADP.

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