Posts Tagged ‘Sandwiches’

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

This sandwich is sneakily sloppy.

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: Songbyrd Record Cafe’s The Kraftwerk

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

The ’Wiching Hour: Dirty South Deli’s Mr. Chips

A food truck that also sells sandwiches inside a museum cafe gets pulled pork right.

The ’Wiching Hour: The Wicked ’Wich at Which ’Wich

It's salty. One star.

Capriotti’s Opens in Rosslyn Today With Free Sandwiches

Home of the year-round Thanksgiving-themed sandwich and Joe Biden fave Capriotti’s opens its second D.C.-area location in Rosslyn today. The first 100 people in line at 11 a.m. will receive a free Bobbie sandwich (turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing), and the first 50 will also get certificates for free Bobbies for a year. (Which actually translates […]

The ’Wiching Hour: Astro’s Old Bay Doughnut Chicken Sandwich

The Sandwich: Old Bay Doughnut Chicken Sandwich Where: Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken, 1308 G St. NW or at the Virginia food truck Price: $9 Bread: Savory Old Bay doughnut Stuffings: Fried chicken breast, lettuce, tomato, choice of sauce (barbecue, blue cheese, ranch, Sriracha buffalo, or honey mustard) Thickness: 5 inches Pros: The heavily seasoned […]

The ’Wiching Hour: GCDC’s Kim-Cheese-Steak

The Sandwich: The Kim-Cheese-Steak Where: GCDC, 1730 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Price: $11 Bread: Sliced white bread Stuffings: Cheddar blend, Number 1 Sons’ kimchi, spicy sauce, Korean-style roast beef Thickness: 1 inch Pros: The salty and sour kimchi, created by the local fermentation experts at Number 1 Sons, boosts the bland bread and cheese combo and […]

The ’Wiching Hour: Bub and Pop’s Beef Brisket

The Sandwich: Pop’s Beef Brisket Where: Bub and Pop’s, 1815 M St. NW Price: $8 for a half, $13 for a whole Bread: White hoagie roll Stuffings: Beef brisket, apple-horseradish cream, five-year aged Gouda, veal jus Thickness: 4 inches Pros: The piles of paper-thin brisket burst with slow-roasted flavor. It’s rich, but it won’t leave […]

The ’Wiching Hour: Red Apron Butcher’s Sunday Supper

The Sandwich: The Sunday Supper Where: Red Apron Butcher, 709 D St. NW. Price: $10 Bread: White baguette Stuffings: Pot roast, horseradish mashed potatoes, beet horseradish slaw, Duke’s mayonnaise Thickness: 3 inches Pros: Rich bites of tender pot roast anchor the sandwich and somehow stay in sliced form before dissolving in your mouth. But it’s […]