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.Read More
Here are Eater Readers' Favorite Club Sandwiches
W Washington D.C.
The W hotel makes a club sandwich that can be ordered through room service.
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.
For a more upscale version, try 2941's ham and turkey club.
A reader recommends this Alexandria lunch spot for a club.
The Chesapeake club at this Alexandria restaurant gets a nod.
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.
Here's one more thing people are praising about this Stephen Starr restaurant - its club sandwich.
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.