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25 Must-Try Sandwiches From Restaurants and Markets Around Atlanta

From beefy Philly cheesesteaks to a spicy Korean barbecue pork sandwich

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The humble sandwich is a handheld meal contained between two slices of bread or a crusty sub roll filled with deli meats and cheeses, mayo-laden salads, and even meatballs and red sauce. Atlanta has plenty of restaurants, markets, and cafes offering great sandwiches of all kinds on menus any time of day. Here are just a few to check out right now.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. The Companion

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2316 Marietta Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 228-1632
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The Bolton neighborhood restaurant from Steinbeck’s chef Andy Gonzales continues to serve up a mean burger, but don’t skip the crazy creative sandwiches here. This includes a tempura battered fried fish sandwich and the Crunchwrap du jour, the Companion’s take on a certain fast food joint’s popular sandwich, which can come stuffed with ingredients like spicy pork vindaloo. Make sure to pair that sandwich with the smothered tater tots, topped with smoked pork, shaved Brussel sprouts, melted cheese, and salsa verde. 

2. Heirloom Market BBQ

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2243 Akers Mill Rd SE
Atlanta, GA 30339
(770) 612-2502
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Cody Taylor and Jiyeon Lee’s Southern-Korean barbecue restaurant offers a must-try spicy Korean pork sandwich on its menu with chopped rib meat marinated in fermented chile paste, topped with kimchi coleslaw, black sesame seeds, and a sliced scallion. Order the sandwich with a side of Brunswick stew or collards.

3. Chic-A-Loes

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2879 E Point St # 12
Atlanta, GA 30344
(404) 768-1811

This low-key East Point counter restaurant offers a “world-famous” — and ridiculously oversized —chicken sandwich on its menu. The bun comes nowhere close to containing the super-sized crispy fried chicken filet, and that’s the point.

4. Weeyums Philly Style

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777 Oak St SW
Atlanta, GA 30310
(770) 322-0000
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With locations in West End and Stone Mountain, those seeking an Atlanta take on Philly-style cheesesteaks would be wise to check out Weeyums. Try the special steak or chicken cheesesteak, which comes loaded with provolone cheese, mushrooms, bell, banana, jalapeno, and sweet and cherry hot peppers, tomato basil sauce, pepperoni, and olives. Grab a side of fried mushrooms or zucchini chips, too.

5. Wagaya Groceries

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349 14th St NW Suite D
Atlanta, GA 30318
(470) 869-6462
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This Japanese grocery beneath Wagaya Japanese restaurant on 14th Street in Midtown includes prepared sandwiches like a pork cutlet katsu or tamago sandwich ready for an easy grab-and-go lunch. Wagaya Grocery features mostly Japanese food products, candies, sake, beer, and ingredients, but does offer a wide selection of Chinese and Korean items.

6. Elliott Street Deli & Pub

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51 Elliott St SW
Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 523-2174
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For nearly 15 years, Elliott Street Deli & Pub in Castleberry Hill has been a tried-and-true neighborhood gathering spot with some of the city’s best sandwiches and cold beers. A spot where the sandwich order is rarely wrong, try the French dip served on a hoagie roll with a side of French onion soup for dipping, the hot pressed fontina cheese sandwich topped with tomatoes, spinach, and a little truffle oil, or the Rachel — a hot pressed pastrami topped with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and 1000 Island dressing.

7. Big Dave's Cheesesteaks

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57 Forsyth St NW Suite 63
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 343-0259
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Now with a second location open in Doraville and a roving food truck, Big Dave’s continues to dominate Atlanta’s cheesesteak scene, serving up messy and meaty cheesesteaks on its menu. Try the Dave’s Way beef or salmon cheesesteak stuffed with three types of cheese, sweet peppers and banana peppers, mushrooms, and onions.

8. Cubanos ATL

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6450 Roswell Rd Suite C
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
(404) 889-8948
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This Cuban sandwich and coffee shop located inside a converted tiny house serves breakfast and lunch until mid-day. All of the Cubans and other sandwiches on the menu here come served on La Segunda Central Bakery bread — the oldest Cuban bread maker in the United States — and are created using family recipes. Make sure to order flan for dessert, too. A second location is now open in Cumming, Georgia, with upcoming locations at Chattahoochee Food Works in Underwood Hills and in Roswell opening soon.

9. Noni's

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357 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
(404) 343-1808
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Noni’s Deli on Edgewood dedicates half of its menu to seriously large sandwiches. There’s no wrong order here, but do try the meatball sub topped with provolone on toasted ciabatta or the Grandfather with pastrami, braised red cabbage, Russian dressing, and Swiss cheese on pressed pumpernickel bread. Do not skip the garlic fries here.

10. Staplehouse Market

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541 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
(404) 524-5005
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Word to the wise: order whatever daily sandwich special is listed on the menu at Staplehouse Market. Past sandwiches here have included an Italian grinder stuffed with salami, pepperoni, and pistachio mortadella and a muffuletta on milk bread with mortadella, hard salami, maple ham, sheep’s milk cheese sauce, broccoli, and olive condiment. Grab a bottle of wine, beer, or a cocktail and head out back to the garden patio.

11. Sean's Harvest Market

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500 Amsterdam Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
(404) 565-6698
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With locations in Midtown and Candler Park, Sean’s is where to head for sandwiches any time of day in Atlanta, including for a salmon mousse club, a pork butt grilled cheese sandwich topped with blueberry compote, and a bacon, egg, cheddar, and apple panini.

12. Dba Sandwich Company

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660 Irwin St NE
Atlanta, GA 30312

Grab sandwiches from D.B.A. Sandwich Company at Irwin Street Market, owned by Matt Coggin of D.B.A. Barbecue in Virginia-Highland. The menu at this counter-service shop features a small selection of sandwiches from the barbecue restaurant, including pulled pork, chopped brisket, and a Cuban paired with Brunswick stew, mac and cheese, and snacks, such as D.B.A.’s pimento cheese with Alabama fire crackers.

13. Fred's Meat & Bread

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99 Krog St NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

Fred’s at Krog Street Market may be known for its burgers, but one of the best sandwiches on the menu is the Italian grinder. It’s stuffed until overflowing with salami, mortadella, pork, provolone cheese, tomato, lettuce, and cherry peppers topped with oil and vinegar. Also worth an order is the cauliflower and eggplant bánh mì here, topped with pickled carrots and daikon radishes, spicy mayo, jalapeños, cilantro, and Thai vinaigrette.

14. Ticonderoga Club

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Krog Street Market, 99 Krog St NE W
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 458-4534
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Another Krog Street Market sandwich entry comes from Ticonderoga Club, which includes on its menu the perennial Ipswich New England-style fried clam roll topped with tartar sauce and served with Cape Cod chips. Another must-order sandwich on the menu here is the Yankee BEC served on a toasted sesame seed kaiser roll.

15. Tuscany At Your Table

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1050 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30306
(404) 205-5092
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Located in the heart of Virginia-Highland, this small Italian market and deli features a variety of paninis served on fresh ciabatta bread each day. Keep it classic with a caprese panini. Make sure to check out the daily menu specials here, like bucatini cacio e pepe and spinach salad or linguine with meatballs. Order the cannoli or some gelato here, too. Take it all to go or find a seat at one of the tables on the sidewalk out front.

16. Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q

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1238 DeKalb Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 577-4030
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Come for the barbecue plates, but don’t sleep on the sandwiches here, including the extremely meat-tastic Texacutioner with chopped brisket, hickory smoked jalapeño cheddar sausage, mustard, onions, and pickles on a brioche bun.

17. The Po'Boy Shop

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1369 Clairmont Rd
Decatur, GA 30033
(678) 974-8725
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As the name states, it’s all about the classic Louisiana po’boy here. Try the the shrimp po’boy topped with spicy remoulade or turn up the heat with Crystal hot sauce and blue cheese or ranch dressing. For a taste of New Orleans, order the muffaletta po’boy with traditional olive salad.

18. E. 48th Street Market

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2462 Jett Ferry Rd
Dunwoody, GA 30338
(770) 392-1499
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Venture up to Dunwoody and head right to E. 48th Street Market for hero sandwiches stuffed with everything from meatballs, sausage and peppers, and eggplant parmigiana, to portabello mushrooms, chicken salad, and Italian pepper ham.

19. The Mad Italian

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2089 Savoy Dr
Chamblee, GA 30341
(770) 451-8048
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Some have dubbed this sandwich the “best cheesesteak in town.” For nearly 50 years, the Mad Italian has been a longtime favorite of Atlantans seeking hearty sandwiches and homey pasta dishes. But the cheesesteak here is the move, made with sliced steak topped with griddled onions and slathered in white American cheese. It’s all stuffed inside a toasted hoagie roll shipped straight from a bakery in Long Island.

20. Brick Store Pub

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125 E Court Square
Decatur, GA 30030
(404) 687-0990
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This longtime downtown Decatur beer pub offers a lengthy, rotating list of local, Belgian, and hard-to-find beers on its menu and on its more than two dozens taps. Not to mention, the kitchen serves an excellent pub food menu for lunch and dinner. Order the Mr. Beef and Cheddar, a roast beef sandwich topped with pimento cheese whiz, horseradish mayo, and smoked onion sauce. If it’s listed on the menu, definitely order Brick Store’s coveted (and hearty) meatloaf sandwich.

21. Kelly's Market

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308 E Howard Ave
Decatur, GA 30030
(404) 996-2925
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Located across the street from Kimball House, Kelly’s Market features a deli serving a number of creatively named (and delicious) sandwiches on the menu. This includes hot sandwiches like the Local Yokel with pimento cheese, crispy fried onions, Doux South Mean Green tomatoes, Spotted Trotter bacon, and arugula and the Desilu with Spotted Trotter rosemary ham, roasted pork loin, Swiss cheese, pickles, Duke’s mayo, and yellow mustard on challah bread.

22. Quoc Huong Banh Mi Fast Food

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5150 Buford Hwy NE
Doraville, GA 30340
(770) 936-0605
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Quoc Huong in the Asian Square complex might just serve the best bánh mì in metro Atlanta. The fresh French bread definitely contributes to this long-held reputation. The favorite order here is the barbecue pork. The shop is cash only, but sandwiches average around $3.50 each. Order five bánh mì, and that sixth one is free.

23. Tortas Factory Del DF

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5781 Buford Hwy NE #101
Atlanta, GA 30340
(770) 452-8470

Doraville’s Tortas Factory opens early for tacos, burritos, sopes, and, of course, seriously good tortas on its menu. Try the egg with pork sausage torta or the egg, bean, and ham torta for breakfast. For lunch, grab a hearty pambazo stuffed with chorizo and potatoes and dipped in red guajillo pepper sauce.

24. Mediterranean Bakery

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3362 Chamblee Tucker Rd
Atlanta, GA 30341
(770) 220-0706
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Mediterranean Bakery and Sandwich focuses on mostly traditional Lebanese cuisine. Make sure to grab one of the hearty wraps here, including the falafel, kafta, or the beef or chicken shawarma sandwich wrap. Each comes with a choice of two sides. The bakery also features a small store carrying imported staples like pickles, hummus, spices, and tobacco for the argileh (hookah) as well as freshly baked breads and baklava.

25. Dolo’s Pizza

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5329 Mimosa Dr
Stone Mountain, GA 30083

Frequently found at Gilly Brew Bar in Stone Mountain and Our Bar ATL on Edgewood Avenue in Atlanta, Dolo’s serves more than just really great pizza on the menu. Try one of the pop-up’s signature sandwiches, the build-your-own dolita made from leftover pizza dough with onions and garlic backed into it. Sandwiches can come stuffed with many of the same toppings as the pizzas, including jerk chicken, roasted tomatoes, jalapeños, plantains, and goat cheese.

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1. The Companion

2316 Marietta Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

The Bolton neighborhood restaurant from Steinbeck’s chef Andy Gonzales continues to serve up a mean burger, but don’t skip the crazy creative sandwiches here. This includes a tempura battered fried fish sandwich and the Crunchwrap du jour, the Companion’s take on a certain fast food joint’s popular sandwich, which can come stuffed with ingredients like spicy pork vindaloo. Make sure to pair that sandwich with the smothered tater tots, topped with smoked pork, shaved Brussel sprouts, melted cheese, and salsa verde. 

2316 Marietta Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

2. Heirloom Market BBQ

2243 Akers Mill Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30339

Cody Taylor and Jiyeon Lee’s Southern-Korean barbecue restaurant offers a must-try spicy Korean pork sandwich on its menu with chopped rib meat marinated in fermented chile paste, topped with kimchi coleslaw, black sesame seeds, and a sliced scallion. Order the sandwich with a side of Brunswick stew or collards.

2243 Akers Mill Rd SE
Atlanta, GA 30339

3. Chic-A-Loes

2879 E Point St # 12, Atlanta, GA 30344

This low-key East Point counter restaurant offers a “world-famous” — and ridiculously oversized —chicken sandwich on its menu. The bun comes nowhere close to containing the super-sized crispy fried chicken filet, and that’s the point.

2879 E Point St # 12
Atlanta, GA 30344

4. Weeyums Philly Style

777 Oak St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310

With locations in West End and Stone Mountain, those seeking an Atlanta take on Philly-style cheesesteaks would be wise to check out Weeyums. Try the special steak or chicken cheesesteak, which comes loaded with provolone cheese, mushrooms, bell, banana, jalapeno, and sweet and cherry hot peppers, tomato basil sauce, pepperoni, and olives. Grab a side of fried mushrooms or zucchini chips, too.

777 Oak St SW
Atlanta, GA 30310

5. Wagaya Groceries

349 14th St NW Suite D, Atlanta, GA 30318

This Japanese grocery beneath Wagaya Japanese restaurant on 14th Street in Midtown includes prepared sandwiches like a pork cutlet katsu or tamago sandwich ready for an easy grab-and-go lunch. Wagaya Grocery features mostly Japanese food products, candies, sake, beer, and ingredients, but does offer a wide selection of Chinese and Korean items.

349 14th St NW Suite D
Atlanta, GA 30318

6. Elliott Street Deli & Pub

51 Elliott St SW, Atlanta, GA 30313

For nearly 15 years, Elliott Street Deli & Pub in Castleberry Hill has been a tried-and-true neighborhood gathering spot with some of the city’s best sandwiches and cold beers. A spot where the sandwich order is rarely wrong, try the French dip served on a hoagie roll with a side of French onion soup for dipping, the hot pressed fontina cheese sandwich topped with tomatoes, spinach, and a little truffle oil, or the Rachel — a hot pressed pastrami topped with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and 1000 Island dressing.

51 Elliott St SW
Atlanta, GA 30313

7. Big Dave's Cheesesteaks

57 Forsyth St NW Suite 63, Atlanta, GA 30303

Now with a second location open in Doraville and a roving food truck, Big Dave’s continues to dominate Atlanta’s cheesesteak scene, serving up messy and meaty cheesesteaks on its menu. Try the Dave’s Way beef or salmon cheesesteak stuffed with three types of cheese, sweet peppers and banana peppers, mushrooms, and onions.

57 Forsyth St NW Suite 63
Atlanta, GA 30303

8. Cubanos ATL

6450 Roswell Rd Suite C, Sandy Springs, GA 30328

This Cuban sandwich and coffee shop located inside a converted tiny house serves breakfast and lunch until mid-day. All of the Cubans and other sandwiches on the menu here come served on La Segunda Central Bakery bread — the oldest Cuban bread maker in the United States — and are created using family recipes. Make sure to order flan for dessert, too. A second location is now open in Cumming, Georgia, with upcoming locations at Chattahoochee Food Works in Underwood Hills and in Roswell opening soon.

6450 Roswell Rd Suite C
Sandy Springs, GA 30328

9. Noni's

357 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312

Noni’s Deli on Edgewood dedicates half of its menu to seriously large sandwiches. There’s no wrong order here, but do try the meatball sub topped with provolone on toasted ciabatta or the Grandfather with pastrami, braised red cabbage, Russian dressing, and Swiss cheese on pressed pumpernickel bread. Do not skip the garlic fries here.

357 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30312

10. Staplehouse Market

541 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312

Word to the wise: order whatever daily sandwich special is listed on the menu at Staplehouse Market. Past sandwiches here have included an Italian grinder stuffed with salami, pepperoni, and pistachio mortadella and a muffuletta on milk bread with mortadella, hard salami, maple ham, sheep’s milk cheese sauce, broccoli, and olive condiment. Grab a bottle of wine, beer, or a cocktail and head out back to the garden patio.

541 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30312

11. Sean's Harvest Market

500 Amsterdam Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306

With locations in Midtown and Candler Park, Sean’s is where to head for sandwiches any time of day in Atlanta, including for a salmon mousse club, a pork butt grilled cheese sandwich topped with blueberry compote, and a bacon, egg, cheddar, and apple panini.

500 Amsterdam Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30306

12. Dba Sandwich Company

660 Irwin St NE, Atlanta, GA 30312

Grab sandwiches from D.B.A. Sandwich Company at Irwin Street Market, owned by Matt Coggin of D.B.A. Barbecue in Virginia-Highland. The menu at this counter-service shop features a small selection of sandwiches from the barbecue restaurant, including pulled pork, chopped brisket, and a Cuban paired with Brunswick stew, mac and cheese, and snacks, such as D.B.A.’s pimento cheese with Alabama fire crackers.

660 Irwin St NE
Atlanta, GA 30312

13. Fred's Meat & Bread

99 Krog St NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

Fred’s at Krog Street Market may be known for its burgers, but one of the best sandwiches on the menu is the Italian grinder. It’s stuffed until overflowing with salami, mortadella, pork, provolone cheese, tomato, lettuce, and cherry peppers topped with oil and vinegar. Also worth an order is the cauliflower and eggplant bánh mì here, topped with pickled carrots and daikon radishes, spicy mayo, jalapeños, cilantro, and Thai vinaigrette.

99 Krog St NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

14. Ticonderoga Club

Krog Street Market, 99 Krog St NE W, Atlanta, GA 30307

Another Krog Street Market sandwich entry comes from Ticonderoga Club, which includes on its menu the perennial Ipswich New England-style fried clam roll topped with tartar sauce and served with Cape Cod chips. Another must-order sandwich on the menu here is the Yankee BEC served on a toasted sesame seed kaiser roll.

Krog Street Market, 99 Krog St NE W
Atlanta, GA 30307

15. Tuscany At Your Table

1050 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30306

Located in the heart of Virginia-Highland, this small Italian market and deli features a variety of paninis served on fresh ciabatta bread each day. Keep it classic with a caprese panini. Make sure to check out the daily menu specials here, like bucatini cacio e pepe and spinach salad or linguine with meatballs. Order the cannoli or some gelato here, too. Take it all to go or find a seat at one of the tables on the sidewalk out front.

1050 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30306

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16. Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q

1238 DeKalb Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

Come for the barbecue plates, but don’t sleep on the sandwiches here, including the extremely meat-tastic Texacutioner with chopped brisket, hickory smoked jalapeño cheddar sausage, mustard, onions, and pickles on a brioche bun.

1238 DeKalb Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

17. The Po'Boy Shop

1369 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, GA 30033

As the name states, it’s all about the classic Louisiana po’boy here. Try the the shrimp po’boy topped with spicy remoulade or turn up the heat with Crystal hot sauce and blue cheese or ranch dressing. For a taste of New Orleans, order the muffaletta po’boy with traditional olive salad.

1369 Clairmont Rd
Decatur, GA 30033

18. E. 48th Street Market

2462 Jett Ferry Rd, Dunwoody, GA 30338

Venture up to Dunwoody and head right to E. 48th Street Market for hero sandwiches stuffed with everything from meatballs, sausage and peppers, and eggplant parmigiana, to portabello mushrooms, chicken salad, and Italian pepper ham.

2462 Jett Ferry Rd
Dunwoody, GA 30338

19. The Mad Italian

2089 Savoy Dr, Chamblee, GA 30341

Some have dubbed this sandwich the “best cheesesteak in town.” For nearly 50 years, the Mad Italian has been a longtime favorite of Atlantans seeking hearty sandwiches and homey pasta dishes. But the cheesesteak here is the move, made with sliced steak topped with griddled onions and slathered in white American cheese. It’s all stuffed inside a toasted hoagie roll shipped straight from a bakery in Long Island.

2089 Savoy Dr
Chamblee, GA 30341

20. Brick Store Pub

125 E Court Square, Decatur, GA 30030

This longtime downtown Decatur beer pub offers a lengthy, rotating list of local, Belgian, and hard-to-find beers on its menu and on its more than two dozens taps. Not to mention, the kitchen serves an excellent pub food menu for lunch and dinner. Order the Mr. Beef and Cheddar, a roast beef sandwich topped with pimento cheese whiz, horseradish mayo, and smoked onion sauce. If it’s listed on the menu, definitely order Brick Store’s coveted (and hearty) meatloaf sandwich.

125 E Court Square
Decatur, GA 30030

21. Kelly's Market

308 E Howard Ave, Decatur, GA 30030

Located across the street from Kimball House, Kelly’s Market features a deli serving a number of creatively named (and delicious) sandwiches on the menu. This includes hot sandwiches like the Local Yokel with pimento cheese, crispy fried onions, Doux South Mean Green tomatoes, Spotted Trotter bacon, and arugula and the Desilu with Spotted Trotter rosemary ham, roasted pork loin, Swiss cheese, pickles, Duke’s mayo, and yellow mustard on challah bread.

308 E Howard Ave
Decatur, GA 30030

22. Quoc Huong Banh Mi Fast Food

5150 Buford Hwy NE, Doraville, GA 30340

Quoc Huong in the Asian Square complex might just serve the best bánh mì in metro Atlanta. The fresh French bread definitely contributes to this long-held reputation. The favorite order here is the barbecue pork. The shop is cash only, but sandwiches average around $3.50 each. Order five bánh mì, and that sixth one is free.

5150 Buford Hwy NE
Doraville, GA 30340

23. Tortas Factory Del DF

5781 Buford Hwy NE #101, Atlanta, GA 30340

Doraville’s Tortas Factory opens early for tacos, burritos, sopes, and, of course, seriously good tortas on its menu. Try the egg with pork sausage torta or the egg, bean, and ham torta for breakfast. For lunch, grab a hearty pambazo stuffed with chorizo and potatoes and dipped in red guajillo pepper sauce.

5781 Buford Hwy NE #101
Atlanta, GA 30340

24. Mediterranean Bakery

3362 Chamblee Tucker Rd, Atlanta, GA 30341

Mediterranean Bakery and Sandwich focuses on mostly traditional Lebanese cuisine. Make sure to grab one of the hearty wraps here, including the falafel, kafta, or the beef or chicken shawarma sandwich wrap. Each comes with a choice of two sides. The bakery also features a small store carrying imported staples like pickles, hummus, spices, and tobacco for the argileh (hookah) as well as freshly baked breads and baklava.

3362 Chamblee Tucker Rd
Atlanta, GA 30341

25. Dolo’s Pizza

5329 Mimosa Dr, Stone Mountain, GA 30083

Frequently found at Gilly Brew Bar in Stone Mountain and Our Bar ATL on Edgewood Avenue in Atlanta, Dolo’s serves more than just really great pizza on the menu. Try one of the pop-up’s signature sandwiches, the build-your-own dolita made from leftover pizza dough with onions and garlic backed into it. Sandwiches can come stuffed with many of the same toppings as the pizzas, including jerk chicken, roasted tomatoes, jalapeños, plantains, and goat cheese.

5329 Mimosa Dr
Stone Mountain, GA 30083

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