click to enlarge The Viet Baguette at Camden's Dogtown Market features sambal-sesame hummus and veggies on a housemade baguette.

Scott Elmquist

The Viet Baguette at Camden's Dogtown Market features sambal-sesame hummus and veggies on a housemade baguette.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Any 'Wich Way

RVA Sandwich Week kicked off on Monday, Aug. 26.

Posted By on Mon, Aug 26, 2019 at 3:10 PM

Do you prefer chips or fries with your sandwich? How about $100 to spend on Amazon?

For Style’s annual Sandwich Week, 15 area restaurants are offering special sandwiches for $5-6. Try at least three of them, have your servers sign off on your passport and then turn the sheet in to have your name entered in a drawing for the aforementioned gift card.

At the Flyin’ Pig in Midlothian you’ll find a hearty breakfast sandwich laden with smoked brisket, an over-easy egg, American cheese, pico de gallo and mayo. In Manchester, Camden’s Dogtown Market offers up the veggie-heavy Viet Baguette, featuring hummus, fried eggplant and roasted and pickled vegetables. The Camel, located in the Fan, embraces the carnivore with a turkey Rueben, an Italian melt and a chicken cordon bleu sandwich. The best bang for your buck is either the $6 fried chicken thigh sandwich at Burgerworks in Glen Allen, or the $6 Cleopatra at Secret Sandwich Society, a caprese-inspired meal served with chips and pickles.

Other participating restaurants include Beauvine Burger Concept, Industrial Taphouse, McCormack’s Big Whisky Grill, Metro Bar and Grill, New York Deli, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Sedona Taphouse, Sticks Kebob Shop and Wood and Iron Gameday Restaurant and Bar.

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