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Five sandwiches to try during National Sandwich Month

[image_with_text image=”28116″]If you’re missing New England. With views of the Intracoastal, Shooters Waterfront offers plenty of favorites. One is the New England Lobster Roll with broiled Maine lobster mixed with a mayonnaise base and spread onto a toasted butter potato roll.[/image_with_text][image_with_text image=”28118″]Cutting down on meat? Sandwiches are for every sort of eater. Vegetarians can head to Diya to enjoy the Eggplant Burger, a vegetarian option with house-made cheese and barbecue sauce.[/image_with_text][image_with_text image=”28119″]Go untraditional. Does it count as a sandwich if there aren’t two slices of bread? You won’t care to ask when you’re enjoying the Baked Bucheron Cheese, a deconstructed sandwich from Villa Azur, stuffed with french chevre, butternut, hazelnut honey and filone toast.[/image_with_text][image_with_text image=”28120″]Bon appétit! Satisfy your BLT craving with this The French Club from Le Petit Bistrot. This upscale dish features toasted bread, sliced cooked poultry, ham or fried bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise.[/image_with_text][image_with_text image=”28134″]Comfort food. There’s nothing like a fried chicken sandwich. That’s why Big City Tavern‘s most popular sandwich is the Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich with a griddled bun, sriracha mayo, dill pickles, lettuce and French fries.[/image_with_text]

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