The Best Sandwich In All 50 States
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Who doesn’t love a good sandwich, am I right?
From the humblest ham and cheese to the most elaborate quintuple-decker-delight, from corner diners to five-star restaurants, there’s something wonderful to be found between two slices of bread all across America, from sea to shining sea!
Sure, you might know your local favorites, but do you know what the best sandwiches are in every single state? Well, we sure do! Our intrepid staff here at BuzzThrill fanned out across America to compile the definitive list of the best sandwich in each of the 50 U.S. states! Buckle your seatbelt and and loosen your belt, ‘cause we’re going on a two-fisted eating road trip!
Alabama - The Pulled Pork Po’Boy at Jody’s BQ in Hollins
You might be saying “isn’t it supposed to be BBQ?”, but that’s only because you haven’t been to this whistlestop tavern in teetotaling Clay County, Alabama, a place so dry even the bar in barbecue got shut down! No worries, though, because you’ll get meat-drunk when you belly up to this three-pound pile of pork, slathered in Jody’s famous “Hollaback” sauce!
Alaska - The Loose Moose Caboose at the Pipeline Diner in Deadhorse
This ain’t no turkey club, folks. Make trek up to this unincorporated community in the land of the Midnight and try out the local fare—a big, heaping helping of ground moose, shot to order right outside the diner! It might be a bit off the beaten path—a two-day bus journey from Fairbanks—but it’s worth it for the adventurous eater!
Arizona - Chicken-Fried Snake at Dead Pete’s Sun-Bleached Skeleton in Winslow
The last thing you want to encounter when you’re passing through the Arizona desert is a rattlesnake—unless it’s been killed, pounded thin, battered and deep-fried by local chef Pete “Not The Dead One, That’s A Whole Different Pete” Peterson, who’s been running this 24-hour greasy spoon for six years. And we mean that literally—Pete hasn’t slept in years! Doctors say he should be dead by now, but he’s too busy serving happy travelers “the sandwich that bites back!”
Arkansas - The Burned Bologna at Fisticuffs in El Dorado
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California - The “Banh Mi? No, Banh You!” at Thai Goes To The Runner in Venice Beach
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