These Portland delis and restaurants put together my favorite sandwiches in town.
Like a Conehead inhaling Subway, you'll love these greasy, big, hunger-satiating sandwiches with East Coast flair and Asian influences from teriyaki and bento.
Ditch your usual eggs and bacon for the Brioche French Toast, Scottish eggs, or the Pear & Havarti Pie. Daily specials keep it fresh.
Saturday and Sunday gathering place for young, hip Northeastern families and their cubs. It's the bakery's 7th location serving up Waldorf salads, pastries, and even a tempeh banh mi.
The Chickpea sandwich made me say “Pork who?” right before my love affair with pork & the Double Burger (pork belly, cheddar, lardo sauce) took flight. Love can be so complicated.
You'll want to make your own, but give their house sandwiches a try. Either way, you'll get a jaw workout well worth the $6.
Bunk has given food writers something to work with, "These are anything but bunk!" Smart guys, and even smarter sandwiches.
Love for meat is not only evidenced by the delectable salamis, pates and mousses—but by the sincere grin on their face as they pass over a sample.
Sandwiches so big you won’t be able to get your mouth around ‘em (i.e., double decker pastrami and egg salad). K & Z bagels served all day; take a dozen home with you.