sandwiches in baltimore
- discosaturday Oct 3, 2010 05:33 AM
hey folks i need your help! i am compiling/blogging about sandwiches in baltimore, and need some suggestions/opinions about your favorite place to grab a sandwich in and around baltimore.
so far i have been to:
dipasquales market in highlandtown: i had the delicious porchetta sandwich
chaps pit beef: no introduction needed for this institution
attwater's at belvedere square: so fresh so healthy and so yum
trinacria macaroni works on paca st: awesome italian deli/grocer with delicious and cheap sandwiches.
so please help and recommend some of the best places in town to get the best food on two slices of bread!
Attman's Deli. How could that not already be on your list?
And the fried fish sandwich at Faidley's. Ditto.
Plus, still warm from the oven roast turkey sandwich with the works at the roast turkey stand in Lexington Market near Faidley's.
Three that spring to mind without much difficulty are Attman's, Mary Mervis and Captain Harvey's.
I am a fan of Rosina Gourmet. I usually stick to the mozzarella sandwich as a veggie, and it always delivers. Great bread.
2819 Odonnell St, Baltimore, MD
300 E Lombard St Lbby 103, Baltimore, MD 21202
Liquid Earth in Fells Point has great vegetarian sandwiches.
Also, the banh mi at Rocket to Venus is tasty, as are the ones at Saigon Remembered, although they could both benefit from a crunchier, fresher roll. But they are damn tasty.
And although you don't quite eat it like a sandwich, the fried fish, coleslaw, hot sauce sandwich at the JFX farmers market is awesome: http://www.urbanitebaltimore.com/balt...
1626 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Saigon Remembered Restaurant
5857 York Rd, Baltimore, MD 21212