Sometimes all we crave is a good ol' fashioned sandwich. And, we've spent a considerable amount of time searching for the most delicious options. Ahead, the 30 sandwiches we think are the best thing since sliced bread - at least between sliced bread.
"My boyfriend swears by the legendary City Sub in Park Slope, but I personally love the barbecue chicken sandwich with kimchi and potato chips at Bergen Dean, a new little sandwich shop in Prospect Heights." - Sarahbeth Sanders, senior editorial manager
"Since I can't eat my sandwiches on freshly baked Parisian baguettes, I have moved on to the next best option: the Tiny's Giant semolina hero and whatever happens to come on it. The curried chicken salad is a particularly tasty "dressing."”
"The best sandwich in the city is from Olive's in Soho. It's not on their regular menu, but every Thursday it's the special sandwich of the day. When I worked down in Soho, it was my lunch every Thursday without fail." - Meghan Coughlin, associate directo
"Love the Porchetta sandwich at Porchetta in the East Village. It’s super simple — just the pork, which has been slow roasted with spices, and a ciabatta roll. But, they put some of the crispy skin bits on it." - Justin Sedor, wellness assistant
It was the first non-American sandwich I ever had when I moved to New York, and the combo of fresh herbs, fatty pork, and the perfect roll (with a kick of heat) still makes it my top sandwich in the city.