The food in Austin is amazing. But, just because we have a seemingly endless supply of fine dining restaurants to choose from, doesn’t mean we always want a fancy meal. Sometimes all we crave is a good ol’ fashioned sammie. Here are the best 10 sandwiches in Austin!
I imagine this list will continue to grow as I eat my way through Austin. What are your favorite sandwiches in Austin? Leave a comment below!
10 Best Sandwiches in Austin
Inhaled my PBLT at Noble Sandwiches with smoked pork belly with roasted tomato, roasted garlic mayo and bacon bread.
What To Order: The Noble Pig, PBLT (smoked pork belly), or seared beef tongue sandwich with bacon bread.
4805 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX 78756, noblesandwiches.com
The Steeping Room
When I’m looking for a light lunch during the week, The Steeping Room’s soup and tea sandwich combo for $7.75 is my go-to! Their Take the B.A.T.E. for Sunday brunch is my favorite too – bacon, arugula, tomato and an over easy egg with basil mayo served open-faced on ciabatta with your choice of fruit or salad.
What To Order: Soup and tea sandwich combo for lunch
4400 N Lamar Blvd #102 / 11410 Domain Dr #112, thesteepingroom.com
NYC-style deli located near the University of Texas offering large specialty sandwiches and salads made fresh every day, plus beer and wine.
What To Order: Italian Club or the weekday specials.
2405 Nueces Street, Austin, TX 78705, fricanosdeli.com
FoodHeads has easily become one of my favorite lunch spots. Handcrafted sandwiches & hearty soups like butternut squash with sage and chicken tortilla (my fave).
What to Order: Half sandwich and cup of soup is only $9 during lunchtime. Get the hot pastrami and the daily soup.
Pro Tip: Ask for reduced blackberry balsamic vinaigrette or on-the-side on the veggie sandwiches. It’s way too greasy.
616 W 34th St, foodheads.com
I couldn’t do a sandwich round up without including the ultimate bake shop in Austin that supplies the best bread to all the restaurants. Everything at Easy Tiger is really good, but I was surprised by how amazing their turkey sandwich is!
What To Order: The easy lunch is only $9 Monday through Friday – half turkey sandwich with potato salad, and drip coffee.
709 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701, easytigeraustin.com
Photo Credit: @rachel.lately
The Soup Peddler
When we’re too lazy to go out, the boyfriend and I regularly order sandwiches and soup from The Soup Peddler. The Soup Peddler serves a healthy variety of fresh juices and smoothies, locally handmade soups and smoothies, locally handmade soups and salads, and pressed sandwiches.
What To Order: Cheddar sandwich, and Basil pesto and provolone sandwich with any of the daily soups.
Multiple locations, souppeddler.com
Sala & Betty
Created by the owners of Aquarelle, one of Austin’s oldest restaurants (sadly no longer open), Terry and Teresa opened Sala & Betty offering fresh, locally sourced, and sustainable slow food fast.
What To Order: Mister T – smoked Wagyu sirloin, avocado aioli, French fries, Blue cheese sauce, and mixed greens. Add a side of their famous Aquarelle French fries.
5201 Airport Blvd, salaandbettyatx.com
Photo Credit: @thenicolai
Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches with housemade French bread and thinly sliced meats. The banh mi is served long and skinny.
What To Order: House special, toasted.
10901 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78753
Photo Credit: Natalie Paramore
Swift’s has one of the best lunch deals in downtown Austin. Their business lunch is Monday – Friday from 11am – 2pm where you can get $9 for a half o’ Sammich and your choice of soup, salad, or fries.
What To Order: Business lunch with Porkstrami sandwich and their daily soup.
315 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701, swiftsattic.com
Austin Daily Press
ADP serves up tortas taqueria style on telera rolls, deli-inspired classic sandwiches on ciabatta bread, and hot pressed paninis. Be sure to also try their sides: jalapeño hush puppies (mochi like texture), house chips with aioli, and blue balls (fried blueberry banana bread with vanilla glaze).
What To Order: Beer cheese spread panini (it’s like an extra cheesy, gooey grilled cheese), the Lucy, jalapeño hush puppies, and blue balls.
1900 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Austin, TX 78702, austindailypress.com