Take a Bite

Presenting: the great sandwich guide




Chris Edwards

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Forget the turkey on wheat of your past. These days the traditionally simple sandwich is reaching new heights. With unexpected toppings (what's up, walnuts?) and condiments with a kick (hello, harissa aioli), these are unlike anything you've glimpsed in your lunch box. From banh mi to bologna, we've found the city's forty-one best sandwiches. Now it's you're turn to eat them

By Sarah Crosland, Jeremy Markovich, and Victoria Robinette

Grilled Ham & Brie
The Place: Press, 333 W. Trade St., 704-370-3006                                                                                                                                        The Ingredients: ham, brie, caramelized endives, sour pickles, and whole grain mustard, on country white bread.
The Reason: Thinly sliced ham and velvety brie are perked up with sour pickles and salty mustard for a justifiably pretentious version of a ham sandwich, fitting for one of the city's chicest wine bars.                                                                                                                           The Price: $6.99

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