Texas January 14, 2017
9 Texas Sandwiches You Have To Try Before You Die
Sandwiches are one of the most versatile foods in the world. There are so many different options for bread, meats, cheeses, and spreads that we can all have it our way every time. And since this is Texas and our food is superior to that of any other state, you can bet that we have some amazing sandwich joints. Here are 9 of the best that you absolutely have to try at some point in your life.
1. The Country Store (Grandview)
This unassuming store is owned by a friendly Mennonite family who makes their bread from scratch (I recommend the jalapeno-cheddar.) You can watch the entire process unfold on the dough table in the middle of the room. Just look at how high that sandwich is stacked...yum.
2. Dino's Subs (Arlington)
Dino's has been serving up subs for nearly 40 years, so they definitely know what they're doing. Upon entering, you'll be taken back in time with the checkered tablecloths and retro bar stools. Choose from over 30 subs, both cold and hot, with fresh ingredients and fluffy bread. It's the next best thing to New York, y'all.
3. Neptune Subs (Seabrook)
4. Alvin Ord's (San Marcos)
Voted the best sandwich shop in Hays County, Alvin Ord's is definitely not one you want to pass up. All the fixins are stacked high between two slices of homemade French bread. Plus, if you eat inside, you can write on the walls of your booth! How neat is that?
5. Peasant Village (San Angelo)
One thing's for sure - this place has character. You'll fall in love with the quaint, charming atmosphere almost as much as the food (emphasis on the almost.) Chef Jason takes pride in his cooking and gets to know his customers. His passion will be evident after taking one bite - I mean, just look at how juicy that meat is!
6. Hutch's (Weatherford)
Although Hutch's is most well-known for its fried pies, they make a mean sandwich as well. From ham, cheese, and bacon in a buttery croissant to a classic club, your taste buds will be pleased no matter what you order (as long as you finish with one of those pies.)
7. Snug on the Square (McKinney)
A coffeehouse might not be what first comes to mind for a good sandwich, but Snug on the Square will change your mind. It's a cozy little cafe with amazing gourmet 'wiches, like this breakfast sandwich with bacon, egg, and melty cheddar cheese on fluffy, homemade bread. They also have lunch and dinner options like a classic chicken salad or spinach turkey melt, both of which are scrumptious.
8. Carshon's Deli (Fort Worth)
Hands-down the best sandwich shop in Fort Worth, Carshon's is an old-fashioned Jewish deli that serves up all the classics like this delicious hot pastrami.
9. Weinberger's Deli (Grapevine, Solana, Denton)
This Chicago-style deli is a build-your-own sandwich shop with several pre-made creations as well if you need some guidance. This one is the "Dirty Dozen," with - you guessed it - 12 different ingredients. The bread is homemade, meats and veggies fresh, and flavor out of this world.
Have you been to any of these sandwich shops? What’s your favorite place to get a good sandwich in Texas? For more delicious food in our state, check out
10 Mom & Pop Restaurants In Texas That Serve Home Cooked Meals To Die For.