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Details
1751 Pennsylvania Ave NW (Btw 17th & 18th St. NW)
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 822-8900
Sandwiches, Bakery, Salad
$
Hours
Mon–Fri: 7:00 AM–5:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The Prociutto di Parma is a sure bet! Comes on walnut bread with fig jam, mascarpone & gorgonzola cheese.
  • best place downtown for lunch. always packed. anything is good. turkey with russian, chicken breast, and egg salad are my personal favorites. iced tea to drink. killer.
  • Good food, but are we SURE this isn't actually an airport terminal cafe?
  • Rude service, rude customers, mediocre food. Chicken in sandwich was ice cold.
  • Steak&cheese leaves a lot to be desired. Like leftover stew w/soggy tomatoes in watery sauce. Roll is delish, but if ur going more than a blck away, you'll be sitting down to a wet sponge & chewy meat
  • Try the fish chowder on Wednesdays. You will not be disappointed.
  • Sausage and Hummus - It's just great. Full of flavor.
  • The bread here is so good, and they have a great Moroccan tuna salad
  • Fast service, friendly people, and great bread! What more could you ask for?
  • The tuna salad sandwich on olive bread is super tasty!
  • Piadines are delicious!
  • Great breakfast sandwiches. Be sure to add the French Toast sandwich ad an extra to eat alone or share. Either way you will walk away happy.
  • One of the best sandwich places downtown. The menu changes everyday, so keep an eye on the specials.
  • Tuesdays yield ham sandwiches that are models of their kind, constructed from sweet butter, French ham and Swiss cheese; Fridays find crowds lining up for stellar fried fish sandwiches.
  • Flaky little empanadas, superlative potato knishes and oyster po' boy sandwiches rival the legends in New Orleans.
  • Olive rolls are the best.
  • Spicy lamb special on Thursday is delicious!
  • The Nioise salad is to die for
  • Good/interesting crowd. The Greek omelette is expertly done and you get a big piece of a baguette with it.
  • The prosciutto sandwich is absolutely delicious!!!