Based on my eating schedule, here are my picks. The breakfast burrito is a beast. Add bacon if you dare. For lunch and or dinner or anytime you aren't eating the breakfast burrito, try the BLB or the Pulled Pork (see the themes developing, oink). The beets somehow work. Though they're not something I would ever think to put in a sandwich, there some flavor they've got that I can't describe but if you try the sandwich without them it's just not the same. The pulled pork too is out of this world. Drippy goodness comes with that bad boy.
A hidden Gem!.
I have been fortunate enough to eat and experience Meat Cheese Bread on Stark. I was blown away by the creative flair of there menu, from there soup-of-the-day, drink varieties, quality ingredients, and down to earth feel. It is the first place on my list of cravings destination.
Highly recommend the BLB sandwich. (bacon, lettuce, beets)
Buckman neighborhood sandwich shop spins surprising twists on the lunchtime standard..
This tiny Stark Street storefront is all honey blonde wood and checkered floors, keeping the decor simple and the attention on the shop's stars: refined sandwiches served on handmade breads. Park Kitchen alum John Stewart masterminds a selection of seasonally driven sandwiches that go beyond pedestrian offerings; eastside foodies arrive in twos and threes to sample a belly-warming pork belly Bolognese on a handmade roll and vegetarian noshes like a granny smith apple, honey butter, brie, vinaigrette and frisee combo. For breakfast, there's burritos laced with green chile salsa and for dessert, Ruby Jewel ice cream sandwiches and housemade chocolates.