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Here are Eater Readers' Favorite Club Sandwiches

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Last week, Eater asked readers to chime in with their favorite takes on the club sandwich. It's a classic diner dish, but not necessarily one that's particularly widespread in Washington. These dozen places make the cut for clubs, according to readers.

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W Washington D.C.

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The W hotel makes a club sandwich that can be ordered through room service.

Town Hall

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Town Hall's version has fresh carved turkey, thick bacon, avocado, lettuce and tomato with a little mayo on Texas toast, according to one fan.

Old Ebbitt Grill

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You may have to go off-menu to get this D.C. institution's take, but readers promise you will be glad you did.

2941 Restaurant

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For a more upscale version, try 2941's ham and turkey club.

Cherokee Café

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A reader recommends this Alexandria lunch spot for a club.

Southside 815

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The Chesapeake club at this Alexandria restaurant gets a nod.

Woodmont Grill

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A reader recommends this Bethesda restaurant for a club. It doesn't appear to be on the menu currently, but worth asking for.

Franklin's Restaurant, Brewery, and General Store

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The quirky Franklin's offers a good club, but only at lunchtime.

Stachowski Meats & Deli

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Stachowski makes a gargantuan version of a club at his deli.

Le Diplomate

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Here's one more thing people are praising about this Stephen Starr restaurant - its club sandwich.

Dominion Deli

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An Eater Facebook fan swears by this Merrifield spot.

Metro 29 Diner

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A vote from the tipline goes to Metro 29, one of Virginia's essential diners.

W Washington D.C.

The W hotel makes a club sandwich that can be ordered through room service.

Town Hall

Town Hall's version has fresh carved turkey, thick bacon, avocado, lettuce and tomato with a little mayo on Texas toast, according to one fan.

Old Ebbitt Grill

You may have to go off-menu to get this D.C. institution's take, but readers promise you will be glad you did.

2941 Restaurant

For a more upscale version, try 2941's ham and turkey club.

Cherokee Café

A reader recommends this Alexandria lunch spot for a club.

Southside 815

The Chesapeake club at this Alexandria restaurant gets a nod.

Woodmont Grill

A reader recommends this Bethesda restaurant for a club. It doesn't appear to be on the menu currently, but worth asking for.

Franklin's Restaurant, Brewery, and General Store

The quirky Franklin's offers a good club, but only at lunchtime.

Stachowski Meats & Deli

Stachowski makes a gargantuan version of a club at his deli.

Le Diplomate

Here's one more thing people are praising about this Stephen Starr restaurant - its club sandwich.

Dominion Deli

An Eater Facebook fan swears by this Merrifield spot.

Metro 29 Diner

A vote from the tipline goes to Metro 29, one of Virginia's essential diners.

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