Grilled Reuben sandwich – Sherman’s Deli and Bakery

Grilled Reuben sandwich - Sherman's Deli and Bakery
Pastrami with Swiss cheese and zesty sauerkraut, grilled on rye bread, and served with cottage potatoes. $15.75
Sherman’s Deli and Bakery, Palm Springs CA

I will eventually try every sandwich on Sherman’s menu! Well, I doubt that will actually happen but I can sure try. These sandwiches are definitely two meals worth of food. Noms!


Mortadella sandwich – Sammy’s on 2nd

Mortadella sandwich - Sammy's on 2nd
Mustard, mayonnaise, pickles, romaine lettuce, red onions and jalapenos. Sandwich and soup combo $8.99
Sammy’s on 2nd, San Francisco CA

This sandwich was simple and very tasty. I liked their thin sliced mortadella and they put a good amount of it in the sandwich. The soft roll was even “soft” and a yummy choice for this sandwich.

Corned beef, pastrami, swiss sandwich – Sherman’s Deli and Bakery

Corned beef, pastrami, swiss sandwich - Sherman's Deli and Bakery
With lettuce and sliced tomato on rye bread, side of potato salad. $16.95
Sherman’s Deli and Bakery, Palm Springs CA

Omg, this sandwich was HUGE! I could barely eat half of it. It was so good though, and I love all their meats. That’s why a trip to Palm Springs is incomplete without a visit to Sherman’s.

Dirty Ernie sandwich – Ike’s Place

Dirty Ernie sandwich - Ike's Place
All beef meatballs, red pesto, ranch, provolone, lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickles, banana peppers, jalapenos, and dirty sauce on Dutch crunch roll. $12.21
Ike’s Place, San Francisco CA

Mmm, this was good. The meatballs were tasty and they weren’t hard or crumbly. They actually ate really easy. The combination of sauces is what totally made this sandwich though!

Munsoned sandwich – Deli Board

Munsoned sandwich - Deli Board
Brisket, white American cheese, pepperoncini blend, 1000 Island dressing, board sauce, brown mustard, sweet French roll. $15
Deli Board, San Francisco CA

Mmm, Deli Board sandwiches frickin’ rock! I wish they were located closer to where I work because I would go more often. Even though the sandwiches are prices higher than normal, they’re pretty sizable so it makes up for the added cost. They’re specialty sandwiches constantly change so you’ll never get bored of trying new combinations.

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