Vermont January 15, 2017
12 Vermont Sandwiches You Have To Try Before You Die
Whether you wrap it or stack it, everyone loves a hearty and delicious sandwich. With fresh foods and locally sourced products, Vermont has no shortage of places to grab something tasty any time of the day, so to help you narrow down the daunting task of choosing the perfect selection in a darn good place, we’ve put together a list of our favorite VT sandwiches that are out of this world.
1. The Elm Street Market - 251 Elm Street, Bennington
You can't go wrong with one of the specialty sandwiches here which are all created by the owner himself. The classic roast beef rueben is out of this world - piled high and served on rye.
2. Zoey's Deli & Bakery - 539 Depot Street, Manchester
Photo courtesy of Zoey's Deli and Bakery
The daily soups, salads and sandwiches are always fresh and delicious. Be sure to try the Granny Smith with Virginia Baked ham, Vermont cheddar, Granny Smith apples and honey mustard on homemade Honey Oat bread, served with a dill pickle spear and homemade potato chips.
3. The Vermont Country Deli - 436 Western Avenue, Brattleboro
While their Mac & Cheese is positively out of this world, the maple pulled pork sandwich is a must. There is a large selection of maple products here, too if you're looking for a gift or to stock up for yourself.
4. The Sandwich Shoppe - 52 Merchants Row, Rutland
Just look at the massive selection of over 200 different sandwiches here! You'll love the clever names such as "The Bomb," "Wayne's World," and the "The Skyscraper," but sometimes you just have a hankering for a classic reuben wrap. Yum!
5. Costello’s Market - 2 Maple Street, Middlebury
What's better than Scallop Po Boy? A Scallop Po Boy sandwich! Everything here is fresh, flavorful, and spectacular and we highly recommend you pair your sandwich with the pumpkin sausage soup.
6. Pinky's On State - 14 State Street, Montpelier
The sandwich masters in the state capital make some fantastic meals at Pinky's. Be sure to try the big and tasty Cowboy sandwich!
7. Four Corners of the Earth - 310 Pine Street, Burlington
This shop makes sandwiches that are pure works of art, and the Cuban? Well, it's simply a slice of paradise.
8. Green Goddess Cafe - 618 S Main Street, Stowe
Green Goddess may be famous for their salads, but their sandwiches shouldn't be overlooked. These culinary creations are perfect for vegetarians and carnivores alike and their vegan garden tofu wrap is perfect for either breakfast or lunch.
9. Handy's Lunch Fan Club - 74 Maple Street, Burlington
When it comes to big and hearty sandwiches in Vermont, the Chuck Norris from Handy's takes the cake. This is made of 5 pieces of french toast, 4 eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, burger and corned beef!
10. Tatros Gourmet Soup and Sandwich - 14 Kingman Street, Saint Albans
If you're looking for the classics done right, Tatros is your place. Grab a giant sandwich for your next party!
11. Auntie Dee Dees Homemade Vermont Baked Goods - 185 Mountain Road, East Burke
There's nothing quite like freshly baked bread to make a sandwich go from good to great - and Aunt Dee Dee's certainly takes their sandwiches to the next level. You'll flip over the Italiano - organic arugula, fresh mozzarella, soppressata salami and roasted peppers with balsamic on a fresh baked baguette. Wow!
12. Eastern & Main Market - Deli - 1194 Main Street, Saint Johnsbury
We could tell you our favorite sandwiches here, but this one is all you - build your own masterpiece at Eastern & Main. It's a gem in St. Johnsbury!
These sandwiches are some our favorites, and for more here are
10 places in Vermont that serve the best sandwiches EVER.