Cuisine: American, Deli
Price Range: $
After a hard night of clubbing or bar-hopping, nothing's better than a hefty sandwich from this walk-up counter right off Collins Avenue. Crusty French bread is piled high with your choice of meats... Read More
After a hard night of clubbing or bar-hopping, nothing's better than a hefty sandwich from this walk-up counter right off Collins Avenue. Crusty French bread is piled high with your choice of meats (from turkey and prosciutto to pate and smoked salmon), cheeses (fresh mozzarella, swiss, brie) and condiments (never skip the cornichons). If you need a veggie fix, opt for a salad, like the French Riviera (lettuce, tomatos, green and hot peppers, black olives, onions, cucumbers, cornichons, carrots, and egg); all are generous, fresh and tasty. Smoothies and frozen yogurt satisfy sweet-tooth urgings, and prices are more than affordable. Expect a line, though, because the place attracts a crowd all day long.
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: No frills, but always on point, La Sandwicherie brings folks from all walks of life together en plein aire with the best sandwiches in town.
- Best for French Because: For some frugal French fare, you can't do better than La Sandwicherie.
- Recommended as Best Value Because: Some of the higher end dishes may not be your version of cheap, but thanks to portion size and quality, Graziano's is definitely a steal.
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