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10 Best Sandwiches in Austin

August 29, 2015

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!

SEE ALSO: Austin City Guide

 

10 Best Sandwiches in Austin

Noble Sandwiches, Austin

Noble Sandwiches

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

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

 

Fricano's Deli

Fricano’s Deli

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, Austin

FoodHeads

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 lunch time. 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, Austin, TX 78705, foodheads.com

 

Easy Tiger Sandwich

Easy Tiger

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

 

Soup Peddler

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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

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, Austin, TX 78705, salaandbettyatx.com

 

Baguette House

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Baguette House

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

 

Porkastrami at Swift's Attic

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Swift’s Attic

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

Austin Daily Press

ADP serves up tortas taquiria 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 a 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

 

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WRITTEN BY:

Jane Ko is the Austin blogger behind A Taste of Koko, Austin's top food and travel blog featuring the hottest restaurants and weekend getaways. Jane has been a speaker at South by Southwest (SXSW), Texas Conference for Women, BlogHer, and more on entrepreneurship and social media. She lives in Austin Texas with her dog and cat.

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