Restaurant News & Reviews

United Nations of Sandwiches

Craving a sandwich you used to enjoy regularly, but having a hard time finding it in the Triangle? You might just strike sandwich gold at one of these eateries.

(Note: Burgers, which many might rightfully call the quintessential American sandwich, are not included here. They deserve, and are frequently afforded, a list of their own.)

Banh mi (Vietnamese)

9N9

2945 S. Miami Blvd., Durham

544-4496

Beef on Weck (New York)

Blinco's

6711 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh

www.blincos.com

BLT (American)

Merritt's Store & Grill

1009 S. Columbia St., Chapel Hill

Chicken salad (American)

Tookie's Grill

18 Seaboard Ave., Raleigh

www.tookiesgrill.com

Club (American)

Sunflower's

8 W. Peace St., Raleigh

www.sunflowersraleigh.com

Croque-Madame (French)

Vin Rouge

2010 Hillsborough Road, Durham

416-0406

www.vinrougerestaurant.com

Cubano (Cuban)

Havana Grill

404 W. Chatham St., Cary

http://thehavanagrill.com

Lamb kebab on pita (Middle Eastern)

Baba Grill

8201-107 Brier Creek Parkway, in Brier Creek Commons, Raleigh

www.babagrill.com

Oyster po' boy (Cajun/Creole)

Papa Mojo's Roadhouse

5410-Y N.C. 55, Durham

www.papamojosroadhouse.com

Philly cheese steak (Pennsylvania)

Fat Philly's

7272 G.B. Alford Highway, Holly Springs

552-8053

Pork barbecue (North Carolina)

Allen & Son

6203 Millhouse Road, Chapel Hill

Torta (Mexican)

La Hacienda

1813 Chapel Hill Blvd., Chapel Hill

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