It’s Still Sandwich Month …

    It’s (still) National Sandwich Month, and we’ve found three (more) new-to-us options that are worthy of your mouth’s attention. Still hungry? We’ve got 14 more to try.

    No. 3

    Chris Serena and Gavin Duffy are both under the age of 30, and for that, they’re lucky—they have to harness that youthful energy to make and deliver tasty sandwiches to SE Portland till 2:30 a.m., six days a week. The pair arrives each day two hours before opening at 5 p.m., and don’t get home until four or five in the morning. If you’ve stopped by their grab-and-go shop or called them while closing down the bar after last call, you already More…

    Torta

    When making an exemplary sandwich, a chef’s choice of bread is just as important as what’s between it. For her lunchtime tortas, Xico chef Kelly Myers opts for telera rolls sourced from Labrea, one of Los Angeles’ most beloved bakeries. She toasts that bread, evenly grilling the inside of each half, but it’s what’s inside those halves that makes each of her tortas so good. Her guajillo pork torta—comprised of avocado More…

    Yolko Ono

    The Egg Zeppelin. The Huevo Mutilation. The Yolko Ono. Puns and egg-centric portmanteaus dominate the equally punsy Fried Egg I’m In Love sandwich cart. Owner Jace Krause has always been a word guy—he’s a former writer and editor—so coming up with the names was easy. But, they’re merely fun, non-sequiturial ways to explain his bread and butter: fried egg sandwiches. While each sandwich relies on one over-medium egg and More…

     

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