Bill’s Sandwich Palace

Every neighborhood needs a go-to sandwich shop, and Bill’s is the one in East Nashville. It’s a simple, bright space that focuses on formidable hand-helds using fluffy bread stacked with a kaleidoscope of meats, cheeses, and vegetables. Take the towering CBP that’s stuffed with a fried chicken thigh resting in pimento cheese and a pool of barbecue bacon jam, or the Mamma Mia, with garlic-ginger chicken meatballs shouldering a toasted bolillo roll. 

But all of that’s subject to change, because the menu rotates weekly and they often sell out. Pair one of their creations with some housemade pizza party puffs and a can of local-to-Nashville Maypop and you’ve got a lunch guaranteed to make Subway’s “sandwich artists” weep $5 footlong-shaped tears. 

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