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When a sandwich is toasted in a hot panini press, it takes on a magical quality. These 10 shops and restaurants are where you’ll find the best panini in America.

The 10 Best Panini in America (Slideshow)

First things first: In Italian, panino is singular, and panini is plural, so that’s what we’ll be calling them. Second, what exactly is a panino? While there are a couple definitions in Italy (the direct translation of panino is “bread roll”), for today’s purposes we’ll be sticking with the most common definition in America: a sandwich that’s been prepared on a long roll (or anything that isn’t sliced bread) and pressed and toasted in a sandwich press. While you can technically call even a Cuban sandwich a panino, we’re talking specifically about pressed sandwiches served at Italian shops and restaurants.

To make a great panino, you can’t just take any old sub and put it in a press. Many of today’s subs are gargantuan, and the ratio of bread to fillings would be thrown off if the bread were compressed. Also, careful thought must be given to panini fillings: Lettuce will wilt and sog the bread, there can’t be too much of any filling because it’ll make for an uneven sandwich, the cheese must be completely melted, and everything else inside it must be warmed, but not cooked. And while technically an Italian sandwich shop can make a panino with turkey and American cheese, we believe a great panino needs to incorporate traditionally Italian ingredients, like prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, and basil pesto. The bread also needs to be soft enough to compress and get toasty, but firm enough to hold up to flavorful ingredients.

Because there have been no previous national rankings of America’s best panini, in order to assemble our list we first took a deep dive into existing regional and citywide rankings, then sorted through hundreds of shops from across the country on review sites. We ranked our shops in accordance with the following criteria: Quality of ingredients, level of local acclaim and popularity, and the variety of panini on the menu, in both traditional Italian as well as creative interpretations.

In the end, we’re content that these shops and restaurants are serving the best panini in the country. Read on to learn which ones came out on top.

#10 Panini Republic, Chicago


Located in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood, this salad and sandwich shop makes its panini assembly line-style, and is a popular lunchtime destinations. Nine panini are on the menu, all toasted to order on your choice of multi-grain loaf, pretzel bread, or a white Italian loaf. Options include the Meat Lover (roasted chicken, pastrami, smoked turkey, bacon, chipotle and garlic sauces, tomato, red onion, and mozzarella), the Little Italy (roasted chicken, smoked turkey, pesto, Thousand Island dressing, spinach, and mozzarella), Bacon Bacon (double bacon, smoked turkey, Thousand Island dressing, pesto, tomato, red onion, and Cheddar), and Chicago Fire (pastrami, roasted chicken, hot harissa, chipotle, tomato, red onion, spinach, and mozzarella). These guys clearly know how to kick the flavor up to 11.

#9 Seb’s Panini, San Diego


Marseilles-born chef Sebastien Delan launched Seb’s Panini stand at the Ocean Beach Farmers Market in San Diego in 2007, and it’s developed a devoted and loyal following since then. Today, he can be found during breakfast and lunch hours at Little Italy Mercato on Saturdays, Hillcrest Farmers Market on Sundays, and the La Jolla USCD Farmers Market on Tuesdays. Folks line up in droves to sample his variety of nearly 20 panini, which are made with fresh-baked ciabatta and toasted for exactly seven minutes. Popular menu items include prosciutto, mozzarella, tomatoes, basil, olives, and herbes de Provence; grilled chicken breast with tomatoes, spinach, Cheddar, and aïoli; French Brie, spinach, tomatoes, mushrooms, and aïoli; and mozzarella, tomatoes, fresh basil, olives, and herbes de Provence. Breakfast panini are made with eggs, Cheddar, spinach, basil, aïoli, and your choice of bacon, black forest ham, turkey pastrami, soy chorizo, or Provençal tomatoes; and dessert panini fillings include Nutella and marshmallow or banana; and green apple, brown sugar, cinnamon, and butter.


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


Top 10 Sandwich Shops

Indianapolis
The Goose, an old-school neighborhood market, features a small but smart selection of sandwiches. The Batali (named for Armandino Batali, salumi maker and Mario's father) is a standout Italian sandwich with coppa, soppressata, capocollo, provolone cheese, and tomato preserves.
2503 N. Delaware St. 317-924-4944
goosethemarket.com2. ### Neal's Deli

Carrboro, North Carolina
At this new operation from Matt and Sheila Neal (he's the son of legendary chef Bill Neal), the pastrami and corned beef are house-made, as is the smoked turkey served with avocado salsa, bacon, and mayo on rustic white bread.
100 E. Main St., Ste. C 919-967-2185
nealsdeli.com3. ### Ted's Butcherblock

Charleston, South Carolina
This butcher shop also happens to make the city's best deli sandwiches. Every month, a different artisanal bacon is featured on the popular BLT. Wagyu beef, caramelized onions, mushrooms, and blue cheese garlic aioli add up to a panini you certainly will not find in Italy.
334 E. Bay St. 843-577-0094
tedsbutcherblock.com4. ### Be'wiched

Minneapolis
At this charming Warehouse District shop, sandwiches (tuna confit on focaccia with olive, cucumber, and preserved lemon) and salads (coleslaw with organic carrots and sugar-parsley dressing) include sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
800 Washington Ave. N. 612-767-4330
bewicheddeli.com5. ### All Star Sandwich Bar

Cambridge, Massachusetts
The latest from chef-restaurateur Chris Schlesinger of Cambridge's famed East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, this unpretentious 40-seat ode to the sandwich features a roster of regional specialties, including beef on weck (roast beef on a roll) from Buffalo, muffuletta from New Orleans, and pulled pork from North Carolina.
1245 Cambridge St. 617-868-3065
allstarsandwichbar.com6. ### Baguette Box

Seattle
The two locations of Baguette Box—one in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in Fremont—serve multi-culti subs like crispy drunken chicken, lemongrass steak, and grilled chorizo.
1203 Pine St., 206-332-0220
626 N. 34th St., 206-632-1511
baguettebox.com7. ### Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen

Portland, Oregon
This Jewish-style deli has a reverence for all the classics—pastrami on rye, chopped liver, chicken soup with matzo balls, and even egg creams.
1038 SW Stark St. 503-222-3354
kennyandzukes.com8. ### Dogwood Deli

Baltimore
The sandwiches at the tiny upstairs counter are the main draw. In summer, we like the lemony albacore and dill salad on marble rye.
911 W. 36th St. 410-889-0952
9. ### St. James Cheese Company


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