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Last modified on February 21st, 2019 at 3:13 pm
Sure you can make a sandwich at home, but are you going to bake your own bread?
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 anyway.
Complicated sandwiches are filled with many layered components that require care, but they are oh so worth it. Here’s our third list of stellar sandwiches in Tucson to put on your radar.
Adventurous sandwich eaters should visit Ermanos every Monday, as each Monday features an original sandwich. Their house-made pickles also make every sandwich special.
For more information, visit ermanosbrew.com.
Ice Cream Sandwiches count as sandwiches. Choose two fresh-baked cookies with a scoop of ice cream at HUB Ice Cream Factory. Cookie flavors and ice cream flavors rotate.
For more information, visit hubicecream.com.
The Johnny Cubano features shredded pork shoulder and salty ham balanced with pickles, roasted jalapeños, spicy dijonnaise, and melty Swiss cheese.
For more information, visit gibsonsmarket.com.
Italian Beef with everything is the way to go. The beef is juicy and fragrant with oregano, topped with a zingy giardiniera. The bread is saturated with beef jus creating a messy, sinfully enjoyable eating experience.
For more information, visit Luke’s Sandwiches on Yelp.
Choose between cornmeal-crusted oysters or shrimp for the Po-Boy, topped with lettuce, tomato, and a generous amount of tartar sauce on a baguette. Add a dash of the exceptional house-made fermented pepper hot sauce, too.
For more information, visit theparishtucson.com.
Cured salmon and beets aren’t for everyone but if you enjoy them both, then don’t miss out on the Lox & Beets. It features jalapeño schmear, cucumber, dill, capers, and red onion sandwiched in an everything bagel.
For more information, visit rinconmarket.xyz.
Nashville hot chicken meets Tucson with the Picoso Torta at Rollies. Fried chicken tossed with a Sonoran chili rub and topped with habanero coleslaw and pickled onions.
For more information, visit rolliestucson.com.