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National Sandwich Month: It’s time to chowdown, Cowtown

Hit up a new lunch spot with these five reader-recommended sandwiches.


That’s definitely a two-hander.

Did you know August is National Sandwich Month? Last week, we asked our readers to share their favorite Fort Worth sammies and where to order them. We can’t wait for lunch because we’ve got a hankering for a handheld meal.

Carshon’s Delicatessen | Southside
Reader Kathryn K. recommends the Rebecca — corned beef, turkey, Swiss, cole slaw, and Russian dressing on rye bread — with a crunchy pickle. Reader Daniel E. recommends an egg salad sandwich with a cold Dr. Brown’s root beer and a side of macaroni salad.

The Great Outdoors | Multiple locations
Reader Andra B. orders a turkey pastrami sub and a salty handful of Lays Original potato chips.

Weinberger’s Deli | Grapevine
Reader Alicia B. says to head east of town for a California club sammy with bacon on toasted gluten-free bread.

Local Foods Kitchen | Tanglewood
Another reader suggested we stop in for a tuna sandwich with a side of Tex-Mex crunch salad.

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