No cutlery needed.
Sure you can make a sandwich at home, but are you going to bake your own bread or roast your own beef? Or wash and leaf your own lettuce?
If you do, good for you — for the rest of us, it’s worth the money for someone else to make the sandwiches. They’re cheap anyways.
Complicated sandwiches are filled with many layered components that require care, but they are oh so worth it. Here’s our second list of stellar sandwiches in Tucson to put on your radar.
Max’s Muffalotta at Beyond Bread
421 W. Ina Rd. • 3026 N. Campbell Ave. • 6260 E. Speedway Blvd.
Max’s Muffalotta lives up to its name with alotta filling: capicola, ham, pepperoni, provolone, artichoke hearts, roasted red peppers, olive paste, tomato, red onion, and vinaigrette on Beyond Bread’s freshly baked ciabatta.
For more information, visit beyondbread.com.
Grinder Sub at Bison Witches
326 N. Fourth Ave.
Had the grinder from Bison Witches Bar & Deli? Ooooh, boy!
Posted by Tucson Foodie on Monday, August 15, 2016
We appreciated this grinder enough that we made a spinning video of it.
For more information, visit bisonwitches.com.
Tri-Tip Sandwich at Dickman’s Meat & Deli
7955 E. Broadway Blvd. • 6472 N. Oracle Rd.
Anything from Dickman’s will be great on a sandwich; especially the ugly steak. Whether you get a tri-tip sandwich or Italian sub, know that they get the ratio of ingredients and bread just right.
Dickman’s Meat & Deli at 7955 E. Broadway Blvd. can be reached at (520) 885-8020. The location at 6472 N. Oracle Rd. can be reached at (520) 229-9777. Keep up with Dickman’s on Facebook.
Chicken Parmesan Sub at East Coast Super Subs
187 N. Park Ave.
For a heavy but oh-so-satisfying sandwich, get the Chicken Parmesan Sub. If you want to take it to the next level with garlic bread, order the Greasy Italian Sub. You’ll need your stretchy pants for this one.
Keep up with East Coast Super Subs on Facebook.
Le Bifteck at Ghini’s French Caffe
1803 E. Prince Rd.
For a French person’s take on the French Dip, order La Bifteck. A baguette is stuffed with prime roast beef, sautéed onions, and garlic served with a side of jus.
For more information, visit ghiniscafe.com.
Croissant Sammie at Prep & Pastry
3073 N. Campbell Ave. • 6450 E. Grant Rd. Ste. 160
Say bye to the everything bagel and hello to the everything croissant filled with prosciutto, pistachio pesto, muenster, American cheese, arugula, and scrambled egg.
For more information, visit prepandpastry.com.
Pulled Pork Sandwich at Smokey Mo
2650 N. First Ave.
Smokey Mo’s star is the Pulled Pork Sandwich, featuring a spicy house barbecue sauce and a jicama citrus slaw on a sesame bun.
For more information, visit smokeymo.com.
For additional sandwiches, read 13 Stellar Sandwiches to Try, Volume One.