Did you know sandwiches have their own holiday? Yup, it’s November 3rd and you’re invited to celebrate at these hidden gems in South Beach, Miami! Here are the best places to get your grub on and grab sandwiches in Miami, whether you call it a hoagie, wedge, grinder or sub.
La Sandwicherie - South Beach & Brickell
Two words: Magic Sauce. Located in the heart of South Beach, La Sandwicherie serves up the most unmatched tastiest sandwiches that Miami has ever seen since 1988. With two locations in the Miami district, one in Brickwell and one in South Beach, they offer sandwiches on three different types of bread, regular or wheat baguette and croissant, and all sandwiches come with veggie toppings and of course the Magic Sauce. Next time you’re in the area, be sure to check La Sandwicherie and you will not be disappointed.
Looking for various sandwich options for National Sandwich Day? Bacon Bitch is cooking up the hottest sandwiches in the 305 and you better believe they’ll leave you wanting more. Under “main bitch” you can find that all sandwiches are served on a croissant; sandwiches ranging from “Queens” with local bacon, cheddar and egg, “Deli” with egg salad, local bacon, tomato and pickles, “Fancy” with blue crab, egg, local bacon, and Havarti cheese, and many more! Come to Bacon Bitch on November 3rdto celebrate National Sandwich Day.
Crema Gourmet Espresso Bar is your one-stop-shop for flavorful breakfast sandwiches and coffees! Start National Sandwich Day right at Crema Gourmet Espresso Bar with their signature breakfast sandwich with scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, and aioli dressing and an amazing cup of java!
Decompress at High Tide with a delicious sandwich and beach-like ambiance. Enjoy craft cocktails, sangria, spiced rum punch, margaritas with their delectable food options. Try their signature crispy sandwich with honey mustard aioli, yum!, house pickles and apple slaw or their grilled Mahi sandwich with arugula, avocado crema, and pickled radish!
This is every Northerner’s sandwich shop dream! Being from New York, I can say that I know what goes in a good sandwich and Regina’s Grocery sure knows what to put in their sandwiches to make customers wanting more. It might also help that the original Regina’s Grocery is located in Brooklyn, NY, so that means the owners know a thing or two about some good food. On National Sandwich Day stop by Regina’s Grocery and try the “Uncle Jimmy’s Sandwich” with prosciutto, hot soppressata, smoked ham, fresh mozzarella, arugula, roasted reds, Regina’s Calabrian chili spread, balsamic and extra virgin olive oil.
Their best seller sandwich, Chivito sandwich, which is a Uruguayan type of sandwich with French bread, ham, cheese, two eggs, bacon, onion, lettuce, tomatoes and served with fries on the side! Stop by on November 3rdto celebrate National Sandwich Day with their signature sandwiches.
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