The Best To-Go Sandwiches around Dallas

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Whether you enjoy a humble ham and cheese sandwich or something more creative, local restaurants offer a delicious choice for lunch and dinner. Add a side or a delectable dessert when you place your order for one of the best to-go sandwiches around Dallas. Sandwich shops near our Dallas apartments include:

The Corner Market 

Found inside the historic Belmont Pharmacy, The Corner Market features a cafe, deli, and floral shop under one roof. Since 2005, the market has won numerous awards, including “Best Restaurant” and “Best Sandwich.” The sandwiches are served on artisan bread baked daily at Empire Bakery and feature fresh vegetables and Boar’s Head meat. Choices include Mercedes shrimp rolls, Mom’s meatloaf, and McMillan roast beef. Try the homemade soup on the side, and call ahead for pickup. 

Pecan Lodge 

At the Pecan Lodge, Justin and Diane believe “where there’s smoke, there’s flavor.” Justin named the restaurant after his grandfather’s ranch. The barbecue pits burn 24/7 while the chefs make nearly everything from scratch. For dinner, sample the famous Pitmaster sandwich. Between the bun, you’ll find sausage, brisket, pulled pork, coleslaw, jalapenos, and house-made barbecue sauce. Enjoy with Aunt Polly’s banana pudding and order for pickup.

Sandwich Hag 

Growing up, Chef Reye watched her mom cook from scratch. Years, later Reye developed her own culinary techniques and enjoys sharing her recipes at Sandwich Hag. The menu features an array of options, including Nem Nuong. Called the “Best Vietnamese Pork Sandwich in Dallas,” it’s slightly sweet, a little sticky, and very garlicky. Try with the fruit tea and place your order online for pickup. 

As you enjoy the best sandwiches around Dallas, virtually explore the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary. If you are looking for a place to call home, contact our leasing consultants. They will show you firsthand all that our luxury apartments in Dallas have to offer. 

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