Dallas is home to hundreds of eateries including those best known for their delicious sandwiches.
Places not to be missed include:
Uncle Uber’s Sammich Shop
Uncle Uber’s is where the owners state that “sammich is a term reserved for the holiest and mightiest of sandwiches.” The cooks make as much as possible by scratch, and they shave the meat and hand-cut the fries while their cookies bake in the oven. Uncle Uber’s is perfect for a quick, casual meal, and it maintains the quality of food and service customers deserve from a mom and pop shop. The chicken sandwich is a favorite, and it’s served grilled or crispy with romaine lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and onions.
East Hampton Sandwich Co.
At East Hampton, the owner is passionate about properly prepared sandwiches. He established the shop after he realized that his penchant for flavorful sandwiches outweighed his commitment to the law degree he was pursuing. The bread is baked daily from scratch, and the sauces and condiments are also made onsite. Try the lobster grilled cheese sandwich with lobster knuckles & claws, shaved Havarti, and sriracha dijonnaise.
When Jason decided to establish a place where he could enjoy a craft beer with his dad during the day and split a bucket of beers with his friends at night, the Truck Yard was born. It combines his love of beer gardens, dance halls, and honky tonks, and is where many locals gather for a night of fun. The menu includes Philly cheesesteak sandwiches topped with jalapenos, mushrooms, bell peppers, and caramelized onions. They can be enjoyed with a side of chips and a pint of Community Wit.