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Oct 11, 2006 11:23 PM
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South of 14th St. sandwich tour

I'm doing a south of 14th St. sandwich tour on Saturday with a friend and would appreciate some recommendations. I recently tried, and loved, the following: the duck confit sandwich at Blue Ribbon Market; the brook trout BLT at Mary's; the porchetta panini at Il Buco and Despana's "Picante" sandwich.

I now have on tap:

The lamb with prune-hyssop butter at Savoy
The pork rilletes sandwich at Blue Ribbon Market
One of the ssam's at the new Momofuku outlet

What else should I consider? Are there any must-try items at Bread and Inoteca?

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  1. The Italian Hero at Faicco's Pork Store (with hot OR sweet peppers).

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    1. re: NAtiveNewYorker

      second, voting roasted red over hot or sweet

    2. What's that chinese greens sandwich everyone keeps raving about?

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      1. re: piccola

        Are you referring to the chinese mustard greens sandwiched between two sesame flatbread?

        1. re: csw

          whichever one is beneath the bridge

          1. re: piccola

            yea, fujianese people loves those mustard greens sandwiches.

        2. re: piccola

          I don't know what it is but I saw it being sold outside a little shop at 75 E Broadway. It is, as you said, under the bridge.

        3. vietnamese samiches.... banh mi so (on broome near elizabeth).

          1. Banh Mi Saigon, Mott St. between Grand and Hester (crystal and jewelry shop in front, lunch counter in back).

            Also, not to ignore the obvious: Pastrami at Katz's.

            1. What about Caracas Arepas Bar. Not exactly sandwiches, but......YUM!