Choose from Three Options
- $14 for $25 toward breakfast or Lunch for three or more
- $15 for $25 toward dinner for three or more, valid Monday-Thursday
- $17 for $25 toward dinner for three or more, valid any day
At SuperChefs, Superman presides over a comic-book version of the Last Supper on one wall. Menus are filled with references to superheroes. Peeking into the kitchen, you'd almost expect to see a caped crusader at the stove. Instead, you'll merely find chef-owner Darnell Ferguson overseeing the plating of his whimsical food. Check out some of what's on offer:
- Breakfast: the Hulk, in which sausage, candied bacon, egg, and cheese are sandwiched between radioactive-green waffles
- Lunch: Griddled Superdillas, like the Wolverine's sautéed garlic shrimp, parmesan, spinach, and alfredo sauce
- Dinner: A big ol' stick-to-your-ribs veggie pot pie and glazed salmon with corn over a butternut-squash sauce
Don't be fooled by Ferguson's mild-mannered appearance, though. He has overcome enough herculean obstacles to earn himself the SuperChef moniker—he simply must have a spandex getup stashed away somewhere. Being a star culinary-arts pupil at Sullivan University—he earned a spot as a chef for the US Olympic team at the 2008 Beijing Games—wasn't enough to keep him on the straight and narrow. Unable to afford his education, Ferguson sold drugs on the side, eventually finding himself arrested, evicted, and unemployed despite earning a degree.
Fortunately, the church later became his salvation and his motivation. Together with a business partner, a renewed Ferguson started operating SuperChef pop-up concepts at restaurants around town without breakfast service. The loyal following they gained in that endeavor can now sit down to meals all day at the sprawling SuperChefs restaurant.