Illinois January 20, 2017
11 Illinois Sandwiches You Have To Try Before You Die
Sometimes, you feel that grumble in your stomach that only a superb sandwich can satisfy. These Illinois restaurants know just what you need, whether you’re a meat lover or prefer a cheesy delight. Read on to plot your next escape for a delicious sandwich!
1. Maid Rite Sandwich at Maid Rite (Quincy)
This loose meat sandwich is a delicious treat that people across the Midwest enjoy, but Quincyans particularly love it.
507 N. 12th Street, Quincy
2. Reuben Slider at Famous City Bistro (Peoria)
Go with the reuben or choose from any of their 14 different sliders!
629 W. Glen Avenue, Peoria
3. Literally any sandwich at Lucky's Sandwich Co. (Chicago)
Every one of Lucky's sandwiches is stuffed with coleslaw and fries, so you really can't go wrong!
3472 N. Clark Street, Chicago
4. Sloppy Joe Toastie at Wildflour Artisan Bakery & Cafe (Decatur)
Two classic favorites collide in this scrumptious sandwich.
256 W. Main Street, Decatur
5. Turkey Cranberry Flatbread at Higher Grounds Coffee (Freeport)
What could be better than Thanksgiving in a sandwich?
1709 S. West Avenue, Freeport
6. BLT at Monty's Submarines (Springfield)
All of the sandwiches at this shop are great, but anything with bacon is automatically the best!
3124 Montvale Drive, Springfield
7. Muffaletta at In The Neighborhood Deli (Elgin)
Stop by for a little taste of New Orleans right in the middle of Illinois.
185 N. Edison Avenue, Elgin
8. Gondola at Avanti's Italian Restaurant (Bloomington)
This Italian restaurant makes fresh bread in house each day, making their sandwiches that much better.
3302 E. Empire Street, Bloomington
9. Open-faced sandwich at Shawn's Coffee Shop (Sycamore)
A bagel topped with any sandwich topping you can imagine? We'll take it!
204 Somonauk Street, Sycamore
10. Beefy Roman at Big Bill's Sandwich Shop
This sandwich is a meat-lover's paradise!
301 N. Main Street, Galena
11. The Ben at 222 Artisan Bakery (Edwardsville)
House made bread makes this deli treat simply magical.
222 N. Main Street, Edwardsville
Now, it’s decision time! What sandwich are you going to try first? Let us know in the comments.