In this installment of Eater's continuing tour of Austin's most "iconic" culinary offerings, we approach the art of the iconic sandwich. We've already visited out the city's most iconic dining rooms (Fonda San Miguel, check), imbibed Austin's most iconic drinks (Mexican martinis, naturally) and sampled its most iconic dishes (the Don Juan!).
Now, it's time to talk stacks. From the Tipsy Texan at Franklin Barbecue to the sandwich on sourdough that started it all at Schlotzsky's, here are Austin's most iconic—recognizable, popular but not necessarily tastiest—sandwiches.
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