Eater's Open Thread last Friday asked readers to name their favorite sandwiches, and many obliged. Whether they're one of the many varieties available at Taylor Gourmet, a Cuban from a beloved food truck or a French Dip from a sit-down restaurant, there are plenty of options for sandwich lovers out there. Lobster rolls, Italian cold cuts and po' boys all get their due in this map of favorites (listed in no particular order).Read More
Where to Find Eater Readers' Favorite Sandwiches
It's no surprise Eater readers love Taylor (various locations including H St. NE), and they particularly enjoy the chain's Churchill, Pattison Ave., Vine Street and pork and broccoli rabe sandwiches.
Try the Fidel sandwich from this popular food truck (location varies).
Juice Joint Cafe
The vegetarian Grandwich at Juice Joint, with its sprouts and avocado, draws fans.
Logan Tavern may be known for its brunch but one reader prefers the chipotle chicken sandwich there.
This quirky gas station shop serves up a mean Cubano.
This Arlington institution got a shoutout for its Special Cubano Club.
Stachowski Meats & Deli
Several readers rely on sausage maker Stachowski for his pastrami and Italian sandwiches.
A reader doesn't say which sandwich to get at Paul Bakery, but give anything on a baguette a try (various locations, including Pennsylvania Ave. NW).
Bayou in DC is known for its New Orleans-style po' boys.
Red Hook Lobster Pound DC
No surprise that people turn to Red Hook for a Connecticut-style lobster roll.
Jackson's Mighty Fine Food & Lucky Lounge
Try out the French Dip Sandwich at this Reston offering from Great American Restaurants.
The Italian Store
The Capri in particular is beloved at this Arlington deli and Italian market.
Give the Arlington Cheese Steak a shot at Billy's.
MGM Roast Beef
The beloved MGM Roast Beef also makes a solid turkey sandwich.
Red Hook isn't the only place to find a lobster roll. There's also Luke's Lobster (various locations, including Penn Quarter).
A' Lo Cubano
A'Lo Cubano's another food truck favorite for Cuban sandwiches: in particular, the mojo Cubano.
Favorite options at Sundevich include the Seol, Tehran and Havana.
Puddin' (at Eastern Market)
Puddin', found at Eastern Market, serves up a shrimp po' boy sandwich.
Several Eater Readers head to Jetties for a Nobadeer, though the Dreamland and Sconset also have fans.
Seventh Hill is known for its pizza but also makes a good Italian sandwich.
Lots of love for Wagshal's brisket sandwich, but with Thanksgiving coming, its turkey and stuffing sandwich also got a nod.