Whether it’s smothered in barbecue sauce, coated in cheese, or topped with coleslaw, there’s no denying the supreme bliss of eating a delicious sandwich. No matter what kind you prefer, you’re sure to find your new favorite sandwich in Austin. These 9 mouthwatering sandwiches are surrounded by freshly baked bread and filled with anything you can imagine. You have to try chow down on these 9 sandwiches before you die.
1. Irene's — Pulled Chicken Avocado Sandwich
Irene's spicy pulled chicken avocado sandwich is topped with all of the goodies. The smashed black beans give it a smooth texture, the spicy slaw adds a bit of crunch, and the pickled jalapeños add a kick of heat. All of that comes wedged between an Easy Tiger milk bun. You'll want to dig into this sandwich at Irene's, located at 506 W Ave.
2. 24 Diner's — The Waffle Sandwich
24 Diner really tapped into a genius idea with this one. Two waffles surround a couple of fried eggs, some sausage, a few slabs of bacon, and a slice of cheddar cheese. Drizzle some maple syrup over it, and you'll be in heaven. You can order this amazing sandwich any time of day at 600 N Lamar Blvd.
3. Burro Cheese Kitchen —
The Waylon and Willie
Burro Cheese Kitchen named this epic sandwich after two of Texas' most respected gentlemen. The Waylon and Willie sandwich is made with fresh sourdough bread, aged cheddar, gouda, caramelized onions, and pepperoncinis. If that's not delicious enough, they then drizzle the sandwich with some spicy maple and bacon sauce. Burro Cheese Kitchen has several locations across Austin: 1221 South Congress Avenue, 1105 South Lamar Blvd, and 80 Rainey Street.
4. Luke's Inside Out —
Adventurous palates will swoon over this sandwich from Luke's Inside Out. Loaded with Korean BBQ, kimchi, and tater tots, this sandwich is like nothing you've ever had before. It's an odd combination, but it's wildly delicious. It's no wonder Guy Fieri loved it so much on his TV show
Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. Try it for yourself at 1109 S Lamar Blvd.
5. Fricano's Deli — The Ainsworth
The Ainsworth sandwich is always a surprise, and that's because it's different every day! The expert sandwich crafters at Fricano's concoct this magical sandwich each morning. No matter what they whip up for you, it's always scrumptious. Visit Fricano's Deli at 2405 Nueces Street.
6. Austin Daily Press — The Lucy
The Lucy torta is jam-packed with flavor. The delicate balance of lemongrass-braised pork, sriracha, aioli, onion, pickles, cilantro, and mint makes this one a real winner. Try it at Austin Daily Press, located at 1900B E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
7. G's Dynamite Deli — The Carly Hot Mess
This little sandwich shop, located at 2312 S 1st St, is a true hidden gem. G's Dynamite Deli lives up to its name, and you must try the Carly's Hot Mess Sandwich.
Loaded with turkey, bacon, jalapenos, and three types of cheese, this sandwich may not be pretty, but it sure is delicious.
8. Franklin Barbecue — The Tipsy Texan
Why, it's no surprise that Austin's most famous barbecue joint made the list. Their Tipsy Texas sandwich is, after all, simply divine. This sandwich is piled high with brisket, sausage, and coleslaw. Mmmmm. Get this delicious meal at 900 E 11th St. (but get there early!).
9. Noble Sandwich Co. —
The Noble Pig
This farm-to-table, counter-serve breakfast and lunch spot serves up mouthwatering food, but there's little better than the Noble Pig, a decadent creation of spicy ham, pulled pork, provolone, spicy mustard, mayo, and of course, bacon. This delicious sandwich can be found at 4805 Burnet Road.