Posts Tagged Sandwich:

Jul
21

Togo’s Giving Away 10,000 Free Sandwiches

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Who doesn’t love free stuff? Especially free food? July 24th might seem like just another day, but think again! Togo’s Sandwiches is giving away 10,000 of its best-selling sandwich, the #24 Turkey & Avocado, this Thursday, July 24. For over 40 years, the California-based sandwich chain has been whipping up hearty and delicious sandwiches and […]

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Jul
17

Paris Hilton, the Sandwich?

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When you first think of Paris Hilton you might think of Hollywood, celebrities, and fame. I, however, think of the best sandwich I’ve EVER had. I discovered this deliciously sweet, melt-in-your-mouth, creamy specialty in an acclaimed downtown Sacramento French eatery just off the beaten path called La Bonne Soupe Café. When waiting in the adorable, […]

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Feb
06

Wordless Wednesday: Steamers Old Sacramento

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The perfect lunch combination: Creamy clam chowder soup topped with crispy bacon, paired with a refreshing veggie sandwich with cucumber, avocado, red onion and cream cheese. Steamers 101 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 737-5252

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Oct
25

Taking a Bite Out of America’s Best Sandwich

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On a recent trip to Philadelphia, I wandered into one of my favorite markets… the Reading Terminal Market.  There is so much to love about this place… gooey sticky buns from Beiler’s Bakery, a steamy hot cup of coffee from Old City Coffee or a delicious pastrami sandwich from Hershels East Side Deli. But on […]

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Jan
20

Midtown Deli

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Irony? Midtown Deli isn’t actually located in Midtown—at least not according to this Grid snob. But that’s OK. Because while the eatery sits perched caddy-corner to the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op at the tastefully gentrified intersection of Alhambra Boulevard and S Street, its no-frills, laid-back attitude still embodies some of the essentials of Midtown living. […]

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Feb
08

Tightwad Tuesday: Sactown’s Passport to Winter Dining

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Sometimes, I love sandwiches more than people. There I said it. And another close contender for my affection is a great bargain. Which is why I’m salivating over Sactown’s new issue, specifically the mag’s “Best Sandwiches 2011” cover feature that dishes on 17 swoon-worthy sandos in the area. Only, these aren’t your mom’s PB&Js. Think […]

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Dec
29

Crocker Cafe, Sacramento

The Crocker Café was recently named one of The Sacramento Bee’s 10 Brightest Lunch Stars for 2010. And it’s no wonder. The eatery, run by restaurateurs Bobbin and Patrick Mulvaney (of the farm-to-table fresh, Zagat-rated Mulvaney’s B&L), boasts an expansive dining space across the light-flooded Friedman Court in the Crocker Art Museum’s recent $100 million […]

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Jul
26

A True Italian Sub

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I am surprised how often I go to restaurants, order a sandwich, and end up with drab meat in between two stale pieces of bread.  How can anyone call that a sandwich?  Sandwiches, in my opinion, should be made with the same love and attention one would use while making Thanksgiving dinner for the family.  […]

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Jul
18

Meatball Sliders

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Servings: Makes 20 small sandwiches For tomato sauce 2 (28-ounce) cans whole tomatoes in juice 1/4 cup olive oil 1 medium onion, finely chopped 5 garlic cloves, minced 1 teaspoon sugar 1 Turkish or 1/2 California bay leaf For meatballs 3 cups coarse fresh bread crumbs (6 slices firm white sandwich bread) 2/3 cup whole […]

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