Where to Find the Best Sandwich in Every State in the U.S.
Wherever you go in the United States, you can find a great sandwich to soothe your hunger pangs when lunchtime rolls around. When you’re in New York City, go for a stacked pastrami on rye. Or, if you’re taking a trip to New Orleans, be sure to grab a po’ boy with plenty of shrimp.
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Take a road trip across the country, and you’ll be happy to find plenty of reubens, BLTs and French dips along the way. But some sandwiches are more delicious than others.
To find the best sandwich spots in the U.S., Yelp looked at businesses listed in the “sandwich” category that were not part of a large chain, then applied an algorithm to rank them based on the number of reviews and star ratings.
The result? The sandwich spot in each of the 50 states (and D.C.) that you HAVE to visit. Mayo is optional.
Meat Boss, in Mobile
MVP Sports Deli & Eatery, in Anchorage
Not Your Typical Deli, in Gilbert
Green Submarine, in Fayetteville
TKB Bakery & Deli, in Indio
Blunozer Cafe, in Denver
Press On Sandwich Crafters, in North Stonington
LOMA Coffee, in Wilmington
Franky's Deli Warehouse, in Hialeah
RW's Subs, in Duluth
Dat Cajun Guy, in Haleiwa
Bleubird, in Boise
Elena's Cucina, in Roselle
Taste of Havana, in Indianapolis
Her Soup Kitchen, in Iowa City
Do-B's, in Emporia
Scarlet's Bakery, in Louisville
Avery's On Tulane, in New Orleans
Mcloons Lobster Shack, in South Thomaston
Ekiben, in Baltimore
Bloomy Rind, in Hingham
Chadd's Bistro, in Rochester Hills
Zuppa Cucina, in Shakopee
The Grind Coffee and Nosh, in Biloxi
Nathaniel Reid Bakery, in St. Louis
Main Street Eats, in East Helena
Block 16, in Omaha
Bronze Cafe at The Center, in Las Vegas
Jon's Roast Beef & Deli, in Laconia
Terrace Street Café, in Haworth
Guava Tree Cafe, in Albuquerque
Sammy D's Cafe, in Lake George
Bros Sandwich Shack, in Avon