Republic of Sandwich
2320 Hancock Dr., 512/960-6566
Hours: Sat.-Mon., 8am-3pm; Tue.-Fri., 7am-7pm
In-house roasted turkey makes for one of the brawniest club sandwiches, while in-house brined and smoked pastrami produces a truly spectacular Reuben sandwich. Do yourself a favor and order a side of the roasted "kimchi" brussels sprouts.
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Rachel Feit, January 15, 2015
These days Austin's oldest surviving grocery offers a bountiful menu of hot and cold sandwiches, an array of fresh salads, and hearty soups in the fall and winter.
4403 Avenue B, 512/453-3921
H-E-B’s Central Market brand remains primarily known as one of Austin’s favorite grocery outlets. Yet both locations have featured our town’s favorite consumable – live music – since their inceptions. Founded in 1994 and adjacent to the Heart Hospital of Austin, the original North Lamar location puts an emphasis on family fare thanks in part to its large outdoor playscape, which sits just behind its cafe and patio stage hosting Latin music, Americana, children’s music, and Austin mainstays like Ginger Leigh, all for free.
4001 N. Lamar, 512/206-1000
The vinaigrette-dressed beet and barley salad, tossed with mint and pumpkin seeds is inspired simplicity. Move on to luscious house-cured charcuterie.
2307 Hancock, 512/371-6840