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SANDWICH MONTH: OUR PICKS FOR THE BEST SAV-BITS BETWEEN SLICED BREAD | Savannah Foodie | Savannah news, events, restaurants, music

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This August, we’re celebrating the best thing since sliced ​​bread: the almighty sandwich, of course. National Sandwich Month was originally established by the Wheat Flour Institute in 1952. Consisting of your choice of ingredients lovingly sandwiched between two doughy pieces of bread, sandwiches have been a lunchtime staple since time immemorial.

From the classic PB&J to the beloved burger, sandwiches are celebrated for their diversity and ease of eating. Observe National Sandwich Month by enjoying some of Savannah’s delicious sandwiches. Here are our recommendations for some of the best sandwiches around town.

Zunzi’s

(Pictured above) Bringing South African flavors to Savannah, Zunzi’s is an acclaimed takeaway, delivery and catering restaurant located on Drayton St. In addition to bowls, salads and wraps, Zunzi’s offers Cape Town-style ‘Gatsby’ sandwiches, which are out of stock. -stuffed submarine sandwiches that are simply sensational. If you’re new to Zunzi’s, try the Conquistador. It’s chicken, romaine lettuce, provolone, tomato served on French bread, topped with Zunzi’s sauce and dressing. The Booty Roll, featuring Zunzi’s famous Boerewors sausage, grilled peppers and onions, brown gravy and moist sauce is also a good choice. In truth, all seven of their signature sandwiches deliver on deliciousness.

Soda shop

If you want an uncomplicated sandwich without a lot of fuss or frills, Soda Pop Shoppe is the place for you. Located on Bull St. the shop sells simple sandwiches that will keep your stomach and wallet full. Their cheap sandwiches come on your choice of white or wheat with the option of toasting. They have all the classics like egg and chicken salad, tuna, ham and cheese, BLT, roast beef and more. They even have the southern staple, pimento cheese. Whatever you choose, you’ll leave happy!

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Goose Feathers Cafe

Goose Feathers Cafe is a European-style bakery serving freshly baked delights for breakfast and lunch. They offer a great selection of affordable sandwiches that are hearty yet healthy, making them a great choice for your Sandwich Month celebration. With spinach, mushrooms, cucumbers, tomatoes, sprouts and avocado, Scarborough is a fresh, great choice. In addition to cold clubs and subs, they have hot sandwiches, including melts, pitas, paninis and more. They even allow you to build your own sandwich with your choice of meat, bread and toppings. You will definitely want to come back for more.

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SANDWICH MONTH: OUR PICKS FOR THE BEST SAV-BITS BETWEEN SLICED BREAD

Roly Poly sandwich

If a hot dog is a sandwich, so is a wrap, right? At least that’s true at Roly Poly Sandwiches, a Barnard St. eatery that sells cold-rolled and hot-pressed sandwich wraps with premium meats and cheeses, fresh vegetables and soft tortillas. Some like it hot, and if you do too, go for the Chipotle chicken. It’s a hot-pressed rolled sammie with chicken breast, bacon, jack and cheddar cheese, baby spinach, plum tomatoes, onion and chipotle ranch.

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Roasted barrel

Grilled cheese is a childhood favorite known and loved for its gooey goodness. Here in Savannah, we have a restaurant dedicated to grilled cheese, selling unique versions of this famous classic. Located in Savannah’s Historic District, Toasted Barrel sells inventive gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. If you like smoky, sweet flavor, go for Bacon Schmelz. It’s smoked bacon, gouda and maple syrup between two toasted slices of local country bread. Enjoy it with an ice-cold local cask brew and let any stress melt away, you know, just like the cheese.

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SANDWICH MONTH: OUR PICKS FOR THE BEST SAV-BITS BETWEEN SLICED BREAD

The black rabbit

Located on Barnard St., The Black Rabbit is a local sandwich shop that serves bold flavors between the bread. Their specialty sandwiches are available in halves or wholes, but whatever the size, they’re sure to satisfy. If you’re particularly carnivorous, go for the Three Piggies, which features Spam, pit ham and slices of pork on a crispy bolillo roll. For plant-based palates, the Eggplant Stacker, starring roasted eggplant, tomato and sweet onion, is a tasty option. Clearly, there is something for everyone at The Black Rabbit.

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