Whether you are a sandwich connoisseur or simply a sandwich lover (like us), these are some of the most popular sandwiches from different regions across America.
- St. Louis Gerber Sandwich
This is an open-faced ham and provolone cheese sandwich, made with crusty French bread smeared with garlic butter and toasted.
- Pimento Cheese Sandwich
This Southern picnic staple is made with cheddar cheese and chipotle peppers, plus crispy fried green tomatoes between grilled bread.
- Shrimp Po’Boy
A New Orleans classic features fried shrimp drenched in spicy remoulade sauce on a buttered bun.
- Kentucky Hot Brown Sandwich
This sandwich gets its name from Louisville’s Brown Hotel, where it was first served. Another open-faced sandwich layered with turkey, bacon, tomatoes, and cheese sauce, and then broiled.
- Muffaletta Sandwich
Another favorite from New Orleans. Italian charcuterie and olive salad spread are sandwiched between round Sicilian sesame bread of the same name.
- Spiedie Sandwich
Hailing from Binghampton, New York, this sandwich features marinated meat (chicken, pork, lamb, veal, venison, or beef) grilled on spits and served on soft Italian bread.
- Beef On Weck
Another New York classic, the Beef on Weck is made with rare, thin-cut beef and horseradish served on a kummelweck roll and topped with salt and caraway seeds.
- Lobster Roll
There is debate whether the best lobster rolls are found in Maine or Connecticut. Depending on your preference, you can have either mayo or butter with your Maine lobster, served on New England-style rolls which are split on top rather than on the side.
- Breaded Pork Tenderloin Sandwich
Popular in Indiana, this sandwich contains pork tenderloin pounded thin and coated in batter then fried. The batter gets its extra crunch from crushed Saltines and panko crumbs.
- Chicago-Style Italian Beef Sandwich
Slow-cooked shredded beef, giardiniera and red peppers, plus mozzarella cheese on Italian bread make this Chicago favorite.
- Reuben Sandwich
There is uncertainty about whether this sandwich originated in Omaha, Nebraska or New York City, but the standard recipe remains – delicious corned beef and Thousand Island dressing sandwiched between two slices of rye bread.
- Denver Omelet Sandwich
The Denver Omelet Sandwich, or the Western Sandwich, is quite simple. First, the Denver omelet is made with freshly beaten eggs, diced ham, mushrooms, and bell peppers. Then the omelet is placed between two buttered slices of bread.
California’s love for avocados is no secret, so why not add it to the BLT? Made with bacon, lettuce, tomato, and avocado, the BLTA takes the classic sandwich a step further by adding a new flavor and texture to the mix.
- French Dip Sandwich
Born in Los Angeles (although two restaurants claim to have invented it), the French Dip is made with sliced roast beef topped with cheese and served with a side of hot au jus dip.
Have you tried all of our signature sandwiches? Come in today and order your favorite sandwich or try something new! Visit us in store on the corner of Arrow Hwy and Garey Ave in Pomona, or have your food delivered via DoorDash or UberEATS.