November 3 may be the best thing since, well, sliced bread. It's National Sandwich Day!
Plus, as a bonus-- it's also Men Make Dinner Day. Just sayin'...
But if you don't want to make dinner, check out one of these Valley spots. These are the top five places to grab a sandwich in the Valley according to Yelp reviews:
Known for its gourmet sandwiches, salads and wraps, Sammiches Bistro has a perfect five-star rating. "This place is like Food network came to life in our neighborhood. The Chef Jacob is a cool down to earth guy who wears his passion for food on his sleeve," Yelper Seth D. wrote.
IF YOU GO: 15414 N 19th Ave., Ste C, Phoenix
Zookz is so serious about selection -- it even offers gluten-free bread. If that doesn't entice you, how about a toasted sandwich with peanut butter, nutella, bananas and roasted almonds?
IF YOU GO: 100 E Camelback Rd., Phoenix
How cute is that name? nd this deli is so cool it even celebrates Taco Tuesday. Yelpers rave about the fresh food. "This little shop right here knows how to make a great sandwich. Quality every time you go. My personal favorites are the Paisano, The Reuben, and the Smoo," Daniel M. from Phoenix wrote.
IF YOU GO: 7575 N 16 St., Phoenix
If they've been open for four decades, you know they're doing something right. Duck & Decanter also specializes in cheese, wine and coffee.
IF YOU GO: 1651 E Camelback Rd., Phoenix
If you like choice, this is the choice. With sandwiches named Kevin Bacon, Lizzy's Lips, and Luther Burbank -- Ike's is sure to be an experience.
IF YOU GO: 1130 W Grove Ave., Ste 110, Mesa