MostBest Seattle | Sandwiches

There are 141 sandwich shops in Seattle. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

When you’re in a rush but don’t want to sacrifice quality, a hearty sandwich is the way to go. Packed full of the freshest of all of your favorite ingredients, these sandwiches will hit the spot.

MARKET GRILL

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via Flickr user Selbe ❤

The fish sandwiches at Market Grill taste fresh off the boat. Being so close to Puget Sound, it’s no surprise that this casual fish and sandwich joint has some of the best seafood around. Their Halibut Sandwich in the best in Seattle, and that’s saying something, especially for a fish that’s so common to the Pacific region.

We Love Their: Halibut Sandwich, Clam Chowder

1509 Pike Pl
(206) 682-2654
No Website

TAT’S DELICATESSEN

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via Flickr user jwalsh

Tat’s Delicatessen is an East Coast-style sandwich spot with a focus on Philadelphia and Philly steaks. They use locally sourced ingredients to inspire their menu of subs and more. The atmosphere is quick and casual, with exposed brick walls and hoards of hungry patrons waiting to get their hands on one of Tat’s famous Cheesesteaks.

We Love Their: Tatstrami, Cheesesteak

159 Yesler Way
(206) 264-8287
www.tatsdeli.com

SALUMI ARTISAN CURED MEATS

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via Flickr user T.Tseng

Salumi Artisan Cured Meats is the brainchild of Gina Batali—sister of famous chef Mario Batali. She has a storefront in Pioneer Square, where she sells house-cured meats, sandwiches, and more. There’s an out-of-this-world rotating menu that sells out fast, and you can always order their meat products online.

We Love Their: Porchetta Sandwich, Leonetta’s Meatballs Hot Sandwich

309 3rd Ave S
(206) 621-8772
www.salumicuredmeats.com

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