Whenever you’re ready to confront your socialized ideas about how big a sandwich should be, head to Stacked for a foot-long hero full of five different kinds of meat (salami, ham, turkey, roast beef, and mortadella). The giant cold cut sandwich is great, especially when you’re looking for a meal that’ll definitely get you leftovers. But this solid deli counter on the quieter end of Austin Street also has a bunch of less intimidating options like jerk chicken caesar, reuben, and vegan muffuletta. Everything can be ordered on a larger hero or a smaller bread roll for less than $15, and we recommend getting your food to-go.
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