Bread + meat + spreads. Sometimes vegetables and cheese. The art of the sandwich takes this equation to another level, adding other variables and putting care into each ingredient and into each step. Eater Austin has sought out the best of the best, also including some shops with years of cult followings.
People drive miles to places like The Noble Pig and Baguette House. Ave. B Grocery has been open since 1909. Lucky's Puccias brings centuries old, wood-fired Roman sandwiches to their trailer downtown. From old to new, all of these places deserve a visit.
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