Word About Town

5 Sensational Sandwiches

Sink your teeth into these incredible lunchtime favorites.

By Ted Scheffler June 19, 2019 Published in the Summer/Fall 2019 issue of Park City Magazine

I find myself having dreams more often than is healthy about Twisted Fern’s Shorty Melt. It’s tender, braised beef short rib on hearty Red Bicycle Breadworks rye with gruyère, apple-bacon sauerkraut, garlic pickles, Thousand Island dressing, and topped with a perfect fried egg. 1300 Snow Creek Dr, 435.731.8238, twistedfern.com

Although the ingredients are straightforward, a great Cuban sandwich is difficult to commercially produce. So, kudos to Hearth and Hill for nailing it: succulent, shredded pork and ham with Swiss cheese, plus the perfect touch of mustard and pickle on a Cuban roll. 1153 Center Dr, 435.200.8840, hearth-hill.com

At Red Bicycle Breadworks (located inside The Market at Park City), they take bread and sandwiches seriously. To wit, the impressive Italian Cutlet Hoagie—breaded and fried chicken thigh cutlet with fresh mozzarella, local greens, roasted red peppers, and oil and vinegar on a fresh-baked hoagie roll. 1500 Snow Creek Dr, 435.602.9026, redbicyclebreadworks.com

Windy Ridge Café serves up a great Grilled Lamb Gyro. It starts with Windy Ridge Bakery grilled flatbread, topped with marinated and grilled Bill White Farms lamb, red onion, fresh tomato, shredded romaine, cucumber yogurt, and feta cheese. Opa! 1250 Iron Horse Dr, 435.647.0880, windyridgecafe.com

Is something served on a hot dog bun a sandwich? Well, yes ... if it’s as delicious as Freshie’s Real Mainah Lobster Roll. “Mainah” refers to Maine, of course, specifically the 3.7 ounces of succulent Maine lobster that goes into that New England bun, tossed with mayo, hot butter, and seasonings. 1897 Prospector Ave, 435.631.9861, freshieslobsterco.com

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