A new sandwich spot connected to Bar Clacson in DTLA, E Stretto makes big, flavorful sandwiches. The Ill Papa is their version of Bay Cities’ Godmother. It comes on ciabatta with manchego, chorizo, and mortadella, and we recommend adding some calabrian chili spread. The roast beef is another great bet, pressed with pepper jack cheese, and accompanied by a fondue-like cheese dip that you’ll want to scrape every last drop of out of the jar. E Stretto is a open until 11pm daily, so if you’re drinking Downtown and want a mid-bar night snack, this is where to go.
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