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A Philly-Style Steak and Hoagie Shop Called Passyunk Avenue Will Open in the UK

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

London’s Liberty Cheesesteak Company has been popping up around the English metropolis with their authentic take on Philly’s most iconic food for the past three years. Now, owner JP […]

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The Underground Gourmet Digest: Special Year-end Sandwich Edition

Source: Grub Street NY

We’re taking a break from our semi-regular ranking of the best new dishes of the moment to bring you this scrupulously researched, thoroughly vetted list of the top ten sandwiches of 2017. The already-great sandwich landscape has been improved this year by the between-the-bread exploits of aficionados like Danny (Fine …

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Saltie Will Become Court Street Grocers

Source: Grub Street NY

To its fans, Saltie is an irreplaceable New York business. But after eight years, as you may have heard, owner Caroline Fidanza announced that she would close the shop at the end of this year. The news elicited moans of “RIP Scuttlbutt,” and it’s closing is certainly a …

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At Brooklyn’s New La Lonchería, Mexican Sandwiches Are King

Source: Grub Street NY

When Danny Mena and Oscar León Bernal opened Hecho en Dumbo in 2007, New York called it a “nightly transformation, via food, drink, and music, into a slice of Mexico City.” Now, it’s that city’s loncherías — casual, dinerlike spots for lunch — that have given the inspiration …

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This Sandwich Is Tiny, Expensive—and One of the Best in Washington

Source: Washingtonian Food

We love big, messy sandwiches as much as anyone. But the one we can’t stop thinking about lately is only four-ish bites, and technically costs over $160—granted, with many other delicious courses. It’s the wagyu katsu sando (translation: cutlet sandwich) at Japanese tasting bar Kōbō inside Chevy Chase’s Sushiko. And trust us, you’ll want one. […]

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A Family Honored Their Grandfather’s Wishes and Buried Him With Cheesesteaks

Source: Grub Street NY

Ancient people were sometimes buried with coins to further their passage in the afterlife. In Pennsylvania, at least one man asked to be buried with his favorite sandwich: two Philly cheesesteaks from Pat’s King of Steaks. The unusual death rites, Philly.com reports, were carried out for Richard Lussi, …

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East Passyunk Is Getting an Old-School South Philly Sandwich Shop

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

Yet another restaurant is coming to East Passyunk. But rather than a swanky BYO or a trendy hotspot, it’s an old-school sandwich place. Junior’s Beef […]

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Middle Child Brings a Fresh Take on Daytime Eats to Wash West

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

Washington Square West is about to get a quirky new spot for breakfast and lunch. Middle Child, Matthew Cahn’s streamlined diner-deli hybrid, is set to open at 248 South 11th Street. Cahn, whose background includes work in advertising before he turned to foodservice, with stints at spots like Superiority Burger and specialty retailer Court Streety…

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Lil’ B Opens Today With “Everything” Croissants and Colonial-Style Grits

Source: Washingtonian Food

Hotel restaurants from big-name chefs and restaurateurs often skew finer-dining, but there’s a new breed of more wallet-friendly ventures. (Think the Hilton brother’s Crimson Diner and rooftop bar at Pod DC, or Casolare, Michael Schlow’s neighborhood Italian inside the Kimpton Glover Park Hotel.) Joining these ranks: Lil’ B, a Southern cafe from Bayou Bakery chef […]

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Newspaper Officially Apologizes for All the Times It Called a Hot Dog a Sandwich

Source: Grub Street NY

It is difficult to admit when you are wrong, so it’s all the more admirable that the Louisville Courier-Journal has issued a correction to six previous articles, published between 1887 and 1966, which erroneously refer to “hot dogs” as “sandwiches.”

On the following dates, the Courier-Journal incorrectly referred to …

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Hendu’s Sandwich Shop at Dutch Kills Bar Makes Stupendously Good Heros

Source: Grub Street NY

Bar food keeps getting better and better, and the bars in which you find it more and more unexpected. Take, for instance, the Long Island City cocktail den Dutch Kills. That is the home of Hendu’s, a one-man sandwich shop that’s been operating out of the bar’s kitchen since …

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5 Awesome Sandwich Shops Around DC That Won’t Break the Bank

Source: Washingtonian Food

This comes from our 2017 Cheap Eats list, our guide to inexpensive ethnic dining in the region. Bub and Pop’s Dupont Circle, 1815 M St., NW Hoagies at this mom-and-son joint always pose a conundrum: How the heck do you eat this thing? Even the half portions are so gargantuan you’ll be tempted to fork-and-knife it. But […]

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José Andrés Will Try Out Fast-Casual Ideas at a New Test-Kitchen and Pop-Up

Source: Washingtonian Food

José Andrés has been doing lots of big things lately. In April, he signed a partnership to oversee food at the new D.C. United stadium. In May, he inked a deal to open a 35,000-square-foot Spanish food hall in New York. Not to mention the legal scuffle he recently settled with the Trump hotel. His latest venture? A […]

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There’s a New Italian Deli in Shaw, and It’s Legit

Source: Washingtonian Food

Salvatore Falcone is serious about his subs. The Queens native and his brother left New York, where their father owned a deli, to open their own Italian sandwich shop and market in Boca, Florida over three decades ago. Now “Sal” is back in the Mid-Atlantic (at least part time) for a similar venture in Shaw: […]

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These Are the Most Expensive Sandwiches Around DC

Source: Washingtonian Food

If you think $14 cocktails are expensive… Peanut butter and jelly at Community: $20 7776 Norfolk Ave, Bethesda This new-wave Bethesda diner dishes up the priciest PB&J in town (or anywhere?). The kitchen makes its own grape jam from high-end Opus One wine, and serves the griddled sandwich with a half-bottle of Veuve Clicquot Champagne. Other than the […]

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This Cute Cuban Cafe Will Get You Over Your Afternoon Slump

Source: Washingtonian Food

Unless you’re lucky enough to have time to sidle up to a bar and take advantage of some happy-hour oysters, the 3 pm hunger slump is pretty depressing. Your options are likely not too different from the grab-and-go chains you hit for your morning coffee. Daniella Senior and Juan Coronado are out to change that […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Food This Week

Source: Washingtonian Food

Every week, Washingtonian food editor Jessica Sidman rehashes the latest news from Washington’s food and drink scene in a newsletter, which you can subscribe to here. Hi there, Food Editor Jessica here for your weekly food news update. The Nationals’ home opener is just days away (April 3), which means it’s time to brush up on the […]

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