Second Helpings


4101 Guadalupe, 451-7170

Monday-Friday, 7am-7pm;

Saturday, 8am-5pm; Sunday, 8am-4pm

The eclectic sandwich menu draws us back here time after time. There are cold sandwiches on honey wheat, white, Jewish rye, or a French roll, soups and salads to mix and match, plus Thai and veggie wraps. Heartier appetites can go for hot meatball, sausage, meat loaf, or eggplant parmigiana sandwiches stuffed in a toasted French roll or corned beef, pastrami, or a traditional Reuben hot off the grill on tangy Jewish rye. The house specialty, however, are the "deliciously messy" triple-decker Sloppy Joes made with your choice of turkey, ham, or roast beef with Swiss cheese, dynamite cole slaw, and Russian dressing. They've now added breakfast with an inviting assortment of bagel sandwiches, breakfast tacos, pastries, and coffee drinks.

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