32 "Sandwiches" Restaurants in Chicago.
A rooster thunderdome full of hot dogs, Italian beefs, and chocolate cake shakes.
Pizza pot pies in old gangster digs. A Lincoln Park classic.
Lost Larson is a bakery and restaurant in Andersonville with very good food and a nice outdoor patio.
Wyler Road is a great sandwich spot that you want to sit and hang it. It feels like a cafe during the day and a fancy local dive bar at night.
Real deal Mexican style cemitas. Get yourself a sandwich on a fresh baked sesame roll.
Nonna's is a small counter spot serving great sandwiches, both hot and cold. Pop in solo for a quick bite or carry out to your office or home.
Old school sandwiches that are freshly made. Pop in for a quick solo lunch or carry out to go.
If you work in the Loop, add Cafecito to the lunch rotation. Cuban sandwiches for all.
Excellent sandwiches are hiding on the second floor of Eataly. We tell you how to find them.
Fümare is home to an excellent sandwich that alone is worthwhile - Montreal style smoked meat on rye is where it's at.
Spinning J is an excellent bakery and soda fountain in Humboldt Park that has housemade sodas, fresh baked pies, and sandwiches.
Frunchroom is a small spot in Portage Park serving different styles of comfort food during the day (plus pizza and pasta for dinner on Thursdays).
A bagel shop that specializes in "steamwiches," which means CBA is more go-to sandwich joint than traditional bagel spot.