Carne Enchilada Torta, Spicy Pork, Beans, Cheese, Salsa Verde, Jalapenos, on a hero. Read more.
Beer Battered Catfish, Salsa, Purple Onions, Lettuce, Tomato, Spicy Mayonnaise on a hero. Read more.
Slow-Roasted Berkshire Pork, Red Cabbage, Jalepeños, Mustard, On a Ciabatta Roll. Read more.
Classic: Roasted Ground Pork, Vietnamese Ham, Paté, Mayo, Butter, Cucumber, Carrots, Daikon, Cilantro, On a Toasted French Baguette. Read more.
Pork Chop, Pickled Carrots, Cucumber, Cilantro, Mayo, On a Toasted Baguette. Read more.
It’s the ultimate in handcrafted retro deli pleasure here, where you must try the pastrami on rye with a Brooklyn-brined pickle. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
Best chicken sandwich in town. Go for the Zoltz. It's the churasco with barbecue sauce and avocado. B'zam! Read more.
Is 2010 the year of the meatball? We picked our 9 favorites in the new Cheap Eats issue, including Marco Canora's veal-ricotta balls which he serves on a toasted baguette here. Read more.
Brandt Beef brisket and Cabot clothbound Cheddar (both house-smoked) with pickled onions, aïoli, chile jam, and cilantro on toasted Parisi bread. (apparently best in the city...from grubstreet) Read more.
For $3.75 you can get the roast pork banh mi with pate . Make sure to leave for lunch early, because there’s always a line out the door. The rest of the menu ranges around $3-$5. Read more.
Come for cochon de lait po-boys, but leave with some jerky for later. -Gambit's Five in 5 Read more.
Roast Beef Special: House-roasted beef is dipped in its juices, layered with fresh mozzarella, and sandwiched between a roast-beef-specific bread that's a cross between an English muffin and focaccia. Read more.