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Salt Lake's Delis and Submarine Sandwiches
Taste the Culinary Treasures of Salt Lake City's Best Delis and Sub Sandwiches.
Tony Caputo's Market & Deli
I Love This Place! The Deli is a bustling neighborhood lunch spot where customers line up out the door for a selection of made-to-order sandwiches, salads and pasta. Sandwiches are prepared on crusty Italian peasant bread, focaccia, or ciabatta, and with high quality meats and cheeses and other Regional Italian and Southern European ingredients fresh from their own Market.
Tony's commitment to quality has won Caputo's a myriad of awards! The signature sandwich, "The Caputo," has been named third best sandwich in America by FHM magazine. It has also been awarded the title of best sandwich in Utah by the American Sandwich cookbook. The Meatball sandwich was also picked as one of the top ten sandwiches in America by Unlimited magazine.
Founded in 1997 in the heart of Salt Lake City's historic Italian and Greek neighborhood, Caputo's has become a Salt Lake City institution. Located downtown in the same building as Carlucci's Bakery and Aquarius Fish Market, it is a regular stop for "foodies," lunch patrons, and cultural enthusiasts alike.
314 West 300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84101 - (801) 531-8669
Gandolfos New York Style Deli in Sugarhouse
This small chain restaurant was founded in Provo Utah by a Ex-New Yorker who couldn't find a New York-style deli in his new state, so he decided to start one himself. Now, also being originally from New York, you have to know that this is no Carnegie Deli where sandwiches are piled high with almost a pound or two of hot pastrami or cappicola. But, it's actually very popular and very good! So much better than the Subways and the Quiznos franchises by leaps and bounds. Add the ambiance of pictures of New York, my Mets and Islander memoriabilia hanging from the rafters, large screen TV's with sports running all day long, and not to forget a friendly owner and staff, and you've got one superb eatery for great sub sandwiches.
The restaurant is set up like most sandwich shops except this restaurant has a huge menu and featuring some very unique and tasty sandwiches along with salads, wraps and some incredible side salads. The meats are made especially for Gandolfo's, and the sandwiches are available on a freshly baked 6 or 12-inch roll.
Three outstanding sandwiches included the French Dip, the "I Love New York," and the "Carnegie Hall". The French Dip featured lots of thinly sliced hot roast beef with provolone, mayo and salt/pepper on a 12-inch roll served with tasty au jus. The fixings inside the sandwich were great by themselves, but once dipped into the beef-flavored au jus, the sandwich came alive. The "I Love New York" consisted of lean corned beef, peppery pastrami, Swiss cheese, and spicy mustard or Russian dressing. This hefty hot sandwich was served on half-inch rye bread and was very tasty. The roast beef was juicy and the entire sandwich was delicious. Speaking of delicious, the Carnegie Hall was another winning sandwich. This hot sandwich featured that same great corned beef but this time turkey, Swiss cheese, cole slaw and Russian dressing also were stuffed between the rye bread slices. The combination of the corned beef, slaw, turkey and Russian dressing made for one fantastic and filling sandwich. On my next trip back I tried the "Big Apple Italian Salad" which featured cappicola, roast beef, pepper jack cheese, feta cheese, Romaine lettuce, tomato, onions, pepperoncinis and your choice of dressing. The salad was large, fresh, and the Italian dressing was an excellent choice to go with the meats and cheeses.
I'll be back Darren, Thanks for bringing me home!
Grove's Market & Deli in Salt Lake City
The Biggest Sandwiches In Salt Lake City! Move over Subway and Quiznos, theres a new leader when comparing sandwiches. I have been to most of the local deli's and nationwide sandwich parlors in Salt Lake and none of them come close to Grove's sandwiches! The sandwiches are served on French bread, an entire loaf of French bread. Try the Deluxe with turkey, ham, cheese and avocado or the Big John Combo with ham, turkey, roast beef, pastrami, corned beef, salami, bologna, swiss and american cheese. One of these monsters ( almost 2 pounds ) can feed 2 to 3 easy! Not far from downtown Salt Lake, this is strictly take-out but they have outdoor seating in nice weather. Grove's Market & Deli
Mediterranean Market and Deli
No doubt about it - if you're on the go at lunchtime and don't really have time to sit and eat, then this deli should be a "must." The place offers some of the area's best lunch specials, including delicious Italian and Greek-influenced salads and sandwiches. How does something with fresh-ground Italian sausage or Genoa salami sound? How about homemade Parmigiano-Reggiano or asiago cheese? They do it all here, and for less than seven bucks, you can walk out with a hearty sandwich, a side or two, and a drink.
Sometimes you just gotta have a big, pastrami on rye or submarine sandwich. These are Salt Lake City's Best Delis & Sub Sandwiches.