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  • Writer's pictureMary Ann

Artists Share Their Favorite Sandwich in Honor of National Sandwich Day Today!

Will Hoge: Mitchell's Deli- Asian flank steak sandwich

Jolivi: My favorite sandwich spot is Cafe Laufer in Hawaii. I order the turkey sandwich on croissant with a little mayo and mustard, lettuce and tomato and a side of an delightful pasta salad! Top if off with an ice cold Lemonade!

Isabelle Stillman: Probably a pulled pork sandwich. I love all things BBQ. If you could put ribs on a sandwich, then I’d say a ribs sandwich. But that doesn’t seem very practical.

Lake and Lyndale: Jon (guitar player) makes some amazing turkey burgers; with an egg, bacon, and all the goodness on them.

Third and Home - Club

308 Ghost Train: Philly Cheesesteak with onions, hot peppers, mushrooms, marinara, and wiz

Robert Wagner of The Little Wretches: A little town outside of Pittsburgh along the Allegheny River called Aspinwall has a place called The Aspinwall Grille. Their menu may have changed, but they used to have great burgers. The Grille Burger. The Virginia Avenue Burger. The Gorgonzola Burger. I forget the name of the one I used to order, but their burgers came on onion rolls, and the meat was fresh, not overcooked, and maybe 1/3 of a pound. Definitely larger than four ounces. I always ordered the one with caramelized onions, sun- dried tomatoes, and gorgonzola cheese. Best burger I ever had. Best sandwich I ever had. There was also Kelly’s in the East Liberty section of Pittsburgh, on the stretch of urban mall called Penn Circle. Kelly’s is still there in name, but it isn’t what it was. The old Kelly’s had a fried fish sandwich with bacon and peanut butter. Bet you never had one of those!

Lloyd Carter: Actually I’m more of a toasted wrap guy. There’s a local Daylight Doughnuts Deli in Hahira, GA that I absolutely love. In the mornings they have a bacon, egg, and cheese that’s to die for!!! All buttered and toasted so it has that crunch when you bite into it. If it’s lunch time that same wrap, but it’s a Club.

Megan Barker: The Steamer from Firehouse Subs

Gott's Roadside

Tera Lynne: A sausage, egg, and cheese bagel from anywhere in New Jersey!

Jake Hoot: The Firehouse Hero from Firehouse Subs

Spencer Jordan: Does a burger count as a sandwich? Yum! The BBQ Bacon Burger at Yard House in Jupiter, Florida. It's the only thing I've ever had on the menu since I was 12.

Kären McCormick: The Italian Night Club from Jimmy Johns

Asheville Sandwich Company

Hayden Haddock: Spicy Chicken Sandwich from Chick-fil-A

Theo & Brenna: The Original from Schlotzsky's Deli

Bri Fletcher: The Turkey sandwich from Firehouse Subs

Tyson Haynes: A Club Sandwich

Domenico's Italian Deli in Murfreesboro, TN

Ryne Brashear: When I was a kid it was bologna and cheese on white bread. Now it is probably a BLT with Turkey.

Christopher Griffiths: A Reuben or the Log Jam from the Leland Cheese Shop.

Jenny Lou: BLT on a bagel

Reuben Sandwich at Salazar Restaurant


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