There is no denying that Boston is a foodie town. While it may be one of the healthiest cities in the country, Bostonians still love rich, creative sandwiches.
When it comes to global gastronomy, the sandwich reigns supreme. Which is why we put together this handy guide to the world’s best/most representative national sandwiches.
The Rev. John McGinn, 65, of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Sandwich was placed on administrative leave earlier this month after the diocese learned he had allegedly been using other preachers’ sermons since 2006.
Celebrate National Meatball Day on March 9 at these locations throughout Boston, which serve up the best meatball dishes around.
Cheesesteak, aka steak and cheese, is a favorite hot-lunch option. Provided at local Boston takeout spots, jack it up with veggies and all the fixings or just enjoy the cheesey, warm sandwich simply featuring steak and cheese on a roll.
At the WBZ Water Cooler: Au Bon Pain’s Stefano Cordova talks about reinventing the sandwich.
At Bailey & Sage, humongous sandwiches and hearty salads are served up for lunch.