Sandwiches of Greensboro

posted on August 12, 2020 by Paislee

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Maybe you’re looking for a deliciously simple lunch on the go or love to try the biggest, most decadent sandwiches on the menu. Either way, there’s a sandwich waiting to satisfy every appetite, and we’ve done our best to hunt down some of the best sandwich stops in Greensboro.

Lox Stock & Bagel

2439 Battleground Ave. 27408    336-288-2894

First Carolina’s Delicatessen

1635 Spring Garden St. 27403 • 336-273-5564

For largest selection of deli style meats and cheeses in Greensboro, look no further than Lox Stock & Bagel and sister restaurant First Carolina Deli. For over 35 years, these two delis have been serving unforgettable sandwiches at unbeatable prices. Try the Hoboken – hot roast beef, cherry peppers, melted mozzarella, and mustard on a sub roll. For a deli classic, go for the Reuben, which has the best combination of corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing on rye in the city… with a Dr. Brown’s soda, of course.

Giacomo’s Italian Market

2109-E New Garden Rd. 27410   336-282-2855

Giacomo’s Italian Market is a favorite among locals with their homemade salamis, sausages, and fresh mozzarella made using age-old family recipes. For over two decades, people line up daily for their famous subs and salads. The house specialty is the Italian Stallion with Milano Salami, Ham Capicola, provolone, lettuce, tomato, onion, oregano, oil, and vinegar on a freshly baked roll. For something warm and comforting, order the Meatball Parmesan featuring homemade meatballs smothered in tomato sauce and melted provolone cheese.

Lindley Park Filling Station

2201 Walker Ave. 27403  • 336-274-2144

A redesigned vintage gas station, Lindley Park Filling Station is a neighborhood favorite with fresh, colorful dishes, craft beer, and a large dog-friendly patio. The Madison Avenue is a light lunch with smoked turkey, granny smith apples, and honey walnut cream cheese on a flaky croissant. For a meat-free option, order the Mayflower – grilled portabella mushroom with provolone cheese, red peppers, basil aioli, and sprouts on a potato roll.

Melt Kitchen & Bar

1941 New Garden Rd., Ste. 116, 27410  • 336-763-5445

Melt Kitchen & Bar is a sunny local restaurant with salads, burgers, craft beers, and cocktails. Most importantly, they have panini. Ones that don’t complicate the classics, but expand on them – from the Cuban Reuben hybrid to the elevated Ham & Brie. For full decadence, try the Duck Club, which melts duck confit, crispy bacon, gouda, caramelized onions, and apricot thyme jam between toasty sourdough bread. For the side, don’t question it, just get the Duck Fat Fries and embrace the duck experience.

Freeman’s Grub & Pub

1820 Spring Garden St. 27403    336-333-3399

Freeman’s Grub & Pub is a small rustic restaurant serving tasty sandwich creations and interesting libations with a large selection of craft beers and house infused liquors. Their continuously changing weekly menu means there’s always something new to try, but staples such as the Chopped Brisket sandwich topped with pimento cheese, blackberry barbecue sauce, bacon, lettuce, and tomato are available every day. Another popular favorite, the Jerk Chicken with white slaw and mango chutney also has a vegan option available.

Bánh Mì Saigon Sandwiches & Bakery

3808 W. Gate City Blvd. 27407    336-856-7667

For $4 or less, you can get a delicious Vietnamese sandwich on a crispy, fresh-baked baguette topped with fresh cilantro, onion, carrots, jalapeños, pickled daikon radish and carrots, and a special mayonnaise sauce at this hidden gem. You can’t go wrong with the classic Bánh Mì with liver pate and slices of Vietnamese ham and porkroll, but another popular choice is the Bánh Mì Thịt Nướng, a barbecue sandwich with your choice of beef, chicken, or pork.

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