Essentially, a sandwich is made up of two pieces of bread with some sort of other ingredients in the middle. It’s convenient and can be eaten for basically any meal of the day. There are so many types that come in all different shapes and sizes. Whether you’re going on a road trip across the country or you’re just looking for a delicious sandwich, read on to find out where you can get the best sandwiches in America.
1. No. 7 Sub, New York: Broccoli Sub
This sub is a combination of roasted broccoli, salted ricotta, peanuts, and pickled lychees stuffed into a mayonnaise-lubed hoagie. It might sound out of the ordinary, but it’s a very popular choice. The balance between sweet and salty makes it perfect for any mood you’re in.
2. Rosebud, Atlanta: The Big Nasty
The Big Nasty at Ron Eyester’s comfort food cafe, one of America’s best brunch spots, is one of the most popular sandwiches. The sandwich consists of crispy fried chicken paired with scrambled eggs, smoked bacon, and Tillamook cheddar topped with a buttery hamburger bun.
3. Sloco, Nashville: Slow-Roasted Veggie
This sandwich is a vegan option, but it is filling enough to satisfy anyone’s taste buds. Made on multigrain bread baked in house and smeared with whole-grain mustard and vegan mayo, it is filled with marinated vegetables such as kohlrabi, squash, zucchini, and asparagus.
4. Market Grill, Seattle: Blackened Salmon Sandwich
Check out the Pike Place Market for a delicious salmon sandwich. Blackened, pan-fried, and served with your choice of homemade tartar sauce or rosemary mayonnaise, it is served on a grilled baguette.
5. Big Bad Breakfast, Oxford, MS: The Southern Belly
This sandwich puts a southern twist on the classic grilled cheese. It consists of pimento cheese, a combination of cheddar, cream cheese, mayo and pimentos. The chef adds a creamy, tangy slaw, bread and butter pickles for a sweet taste, and bacon for a crunchy taste. The entire sandwich goes on a butter-lubed griddle!
6. Zabak’s Houston: Falafel Sandwich
The falafel sandwich at Zabak’s puts a Gulf Coast spin on the traditional Middle Eastern sandwich. It is the perfect combination between hot and cold, and spicy and sour. The chef adds parsley and jalapeno peppers with lettuce, tomato, and tahini. The most important part of the sandwich is a cajun hot sauce for a nice spicy twist.
Where do you go for your favorite sandwiches? Comment below or tweet us @travefy!