Author Archive for Caroline Jones

The ’Wiching Hour: Due South’s Nashville Hot Fried Chicken Sandwich

This sandwich is sneakily sloppy.

The ’Wiching Hour: Beef ’n Bread’s The Chinatown

This new restaurant from the owner of Wiseguys, which models its offerings on the rare roast beef sandwiches popular in Boston and on Massachusetts’ North Shore, nails its namesake ingredient.

The ’Wiching Hour: The Juniper at Taylor Gourmet

If you’re trying to beat the lunch rush at Taylor, this can’t be beat.

The ’Wiching Hour: Broodjes & Bier’s The Nordic

The European-inspired sandwich (broodje means sandwich in Dutch) manages to stay fresh despite having been packaged hours earlier.

The ’Wiching Hour: Walter’s Pulled Pork Sammy

With the pork piled at least two inches high on the bun, this sandwich won’t leave you hungry.

The ’Wiching Hour: “Primanti Bros” Sausage at Bar Civita

This upscale version of Pittsburgh’s famously monstrous French fry sandwich tastes good but is poorly constructed.

The ’Wiching Hour: The Beefsteak Sandwich

Slightly bigger than a slider but smaller than your usual burger, this sandwich makes a perfect snack.

The ’Wiching Hour: A Baked Joint’s Veggie Sandwich

In one bite, this sandwich hits every major flavor profile.

The ‘Wiching Hour: 3 Salsas’ Cubana Torta

Despite its mile-long ingredient list, this sandwich comes together surprisingly well.

The ’Wiching Hour: Songbyrd Record Cafe’s The Kraftwerk

The Kraftwerk pays tribute to both the German electronic band and a traditional German sandwich.