Celebrate National Sandwich Day With These 15 Mouth-Watering Sandwiches.
#6. Roast Beef Sandwich, Big-Ass Sandwiches, Portland
All your favorites in one "Big-Ass" sandwich: tender and juicy roast beef, fresh cut French fries, homemade Béchamel cheese, and hot sauce.
#7. Gypsy Grove Sandwich, Foodheads, Austin
Foodheads in Hyde Park is famous for their Gypsy Grove sandwich. Although the sandwich was named after a particular area, there are also some free-spirited elements to it that we associate with the nodamic definition of "gypsy." In between toasted ciabatta, grilled pork tenderloin, jalapeño relish, Tabasco slaw, thin cuts of ham, and a sunny-side up egg.
#8. Luther, ChurchKey, Washington, D.C.
Some of the best things are not on the menu. This is true in the case of the "Luther" at ChurchKey. This winning sandwich is only served on Sundays. Once a week, you can sink your teeth into buttermilk fried chicken and applewood smoked bacon in a house-made brioche donut. The oven-baked pecans sprinkled right on top turn this meal into an experience.
#9. The Zesty Lemon Lobster Roll, The Galley, Naples
Who goes to Maine without indulging in some lobster? Make sure to add the Zety Lemon Lobster Roll from The Galley's to your "Must Eat" List.
Every component of this roll is phenomenal, from the butter-grilled roll to the lemon and pepper topped lobster. It's been called "earth-shatteringly awesome."
John Patriquin / Portland Press Herald
#10. Chicken Cheddar Biscuit, Time Out Restaurant, Chapel Hill
UNC Chapel Hill students know all about the chicken cheddar biscuit sandwich at Time Out. The chicken is marinated in a Tabasco base for that extra kick before it fried to perfection. You might think that it's the photo that makes this sandwich look big but reviewers have called it "massive" (and also "phenomenal.")
Page 2 of 3Next ›