If you’re anything like us, you’ll find any excuse to go out for your favorite sandwich. Because let’s be real, sandwiches are always in season. With that being said, today is National Sandwich Day, so we perused our CurEaters’ lists to highlight five spots for sandwiches across the U.S. If you’re lucky enough to live near the restaurants our CurEaters recommend, then we highly suggest you skip over for a sandwich. Whether you’re in the mood for a pastrami on rye or pimento cheese on a warm croissant, we found a place for you.
North Carolina CurEater and master baker Lionel Vatinet is your guy when it comes to bakery recommendations, which is why you should take his advice when it comes to sandwiches. We looked through his “NC Bakeries to Know” list to find his very own La Farm Bakery. If you happen to find yourself in Cary today, stop by and snag a signature grilled cheese to celebrate National Sandwich Day because you’re never too old. Tell Lionel “bonjour” for us!
With a name like Victory Sandwich Bar, you’d be crazy not try it. Atlanta CurEater Steven Satterfield has this winning sandwich shop on his “My Hometown Atlanta” list, and we can see why. From beets to kimchi, Victory uses some of the best ingredients to make some pretty unique sandwiches. Oh, and not to mention they have quite the cocktail menu, too.
Although New York CurEater and sommelier André Mack has a passion for wine, he also knows what’s up when it comes to sandwiches and traveling. We found Turkey and The Wolf on André’s “New Orleans Favorites” list, and we’re really into it. In addition to sandwiches, this restaurant also has tacos, deviled eggs, and pot pie. Count us in.
No matter what you’re craving, this café is likely to have it. Huckleberry Café locally sources their ingredients and most are exclusively organic. The café’s all-day breakfast menu, warm meatball sandwiches and crispy bahn mi’s, are just a few reasons why you should add it to your list of places to try when you are in La-La Land. With a full kids menu, coffees teas and cocktails, this place has something for the whole family. Check out CurEater Tom Gray’s “Los Angeles” list for more of his LA favorites.
When a CurEater has a list called “The authoritative list for the Durham’s best sandwiches”, then you know they mean business. Durham CurEater John May clearly loves a solid sandwich and has mapped out his Durham favorites for us. We are pretty big fans of each restaurant on his list, especially Lucky’s Delicatessen. We aren’t lying when we say that Lucky’s is always packed and their meatball sandwich is the one.