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Flour Bakery + Cafe
Flour is a cafe and bakery with great pastries and a seasonal menu of sandwiches and salads.
All Star Sandwich Bar
All Star Sandwich bar is a casual sandwich shop in Inman Square with unique (and very good) sandwiches.
Rondo’s Sub Shop
Rondo’s is a South Boston sandwich shop with big, cheap subs.
Deluca’s is a grocery store and sandwich counter in the Back Bay.
The Ula Cafe is a comfortable coffee shop in Jamaica Plain with good sandwiches.
Foumami is an Asian sandwich place Downtown that you should keep in mind for lunch.
Casa Razdora is a counter-service Italian place downtown with great sandwiches.
Chacarero is a lunch spot downtown that pretty much only serves one really big, really good Chilean sandwich.
Sam LaGrassa’s is a Downtown lunch place that serves really big sandwiches.
Roxy’s Grilled Cheese
Roxy’s is a tiny spot in Allston with some great sloppy sandwiches and burgers.
Dave's Fresh Pasta
Dave's Fresh Pasta is an Italian market with very good sandwiches in Davis Square.
Pauli's is a North End sandwich shop that makes an enormous lobster roll, amongst other good lunch options.
Cusser’s Roast Beef & Seafood
Cusser’s is the takeout window for Moon Bar and Mooncusser Fish House in Back Bay.
Bennett’s Sandwich Shop
Bennett’s is a good counter-service sandwich shop in the Fenway.
Bánh Mì Ba Le
Ba Le is a small Vietnamese specialty food shop with a great counter for banh mi sandwiches.
Ashmont Market & Liquor
Ashmont Market & Liquor is a small grocery store in Dorchester with a pretty good sandwich counter.
Mike & Patty’s
Mike & Patty’s is a counter-service shop in Bay Village that makes fantastic sandwiches.
Parish is a cafe in Back Bay that serves sandwiches created by chefs from all over town.