Classic Sandwich to Order in Every State

Alabama is home to its whole smoked chickens and rare mayo-based white barbecue sauce. The chickens are smoked over hickory wood for three hours before being

Alabama, White Sauce Sandwich

Mr. Claus might not put you on the nice list for this, spicy sausage links from reindeer meat in sandwiches are hard to come across

Alaska, Sausage Sandwich

Arizona is known for it’s Navajoland, beautiful red rocks, and hot temperatures. Between a sandwich and pastry, thinly sliced ham, avocado, seasoned black beans, cheese

Arizona, Southwestern Panini

It’s a toss up between the fried bologna sandwich and the fried Catfish Po’ Boy. If we know anything about Arkansas, it’s that the only way to go is fried

Arkansas, Fried Catfish Po’ Boy

The French Dip was invented in Los Angeles, specifically at this 100-year-old restaurant, Philippe the Original. The Beef Double-Dip is a can’t miss on the menu

California, French Dip

The sandwich is made from a hollowed-out loaf of French bread, covered in margarine, baked, then stuffed with a pound of bacon, peanut butter and jelly

Colorado, Fool’s Gold

Connecticut is the destination for prime seafood shacks. On a nice summer day at Costello’s Clam Shack, nothing sounds better than fried clams

Connecticut, Fried Clam Roll

The easiest way to describe this sandwich is, it’s made with house-roasted turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and mayo. It’s a personal favorite by Joe Biden.

Delaware, Thanksgiving Sub

South Floridans know a good Cubano when they see one. Made with two kinds of pork, Swiss cheese, mustard and pickles pressed on Cuban bread.

Florida, Cubano

A spread or relish combining shredded cheese, pimentos and mayonnaise. Georgia offers many variations on this lunchbox classic

Georgia, Pimento Cheese Sandwich

The pork is slow-roasted for twelve hours and served not only as a variation of sandwiches but also in a breakfast burrito, biscuit or nachos. 

Hawaii, Kalua Pork Sandwich