It’s piled up high on our deli rye bread and includes lettuce, sliced tomato. Our Swiss cheese has less holes! Served with potato salad. $12.95 Sherman’s Deli and Bakery, Palm Springs CA
Mmm! I can’t say enough about the awesome sandwiches at Sherman’s. The meats are perfect and the rye bread tastes SO good. Definitely bring your appetite!
Pickles and sauerkraut. Complimentary. I like that these aren’t overly pickled. They’re delicious!
Iced tea. $2.65
“Forever Marilyn” sculpture by Seward Johnson. This 26-foot tall statue of Marilyn Monroe (a la The Seven Year Itch) currently stands in downtown Palm Springs on Palm Canyon Drive. It’s previous site was in Pioneer Court on Michigan Avenue in Chicago.
Oven roasted turkey and imported ham with honey mustard dressing, crispy bacon, lettuce, toamto, melted swiss and cheddar cheeses on toasted wheat, with a side of potato chips and pickle. $7.99 East Bay Deli, North Charleston SC
This sandwich was very large and SUPER tasty, noms! They definitely pack on the meat and I love that they melt the cheeses so they’re nice and gooey. Mmm…
Panini with thinly sliced ham, swiss cheese and sliced pickle, then spread with mustard and grilled on herbed focaccia bread with Classic Lays potato chips. $11.99
Legends of San Francisco Bar & Grill, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
I was NOT impressed. The sandwich as super salty and the ham tasted like low-quality supermarket deli meat. The cheese wasn’t even melted all the way through! Ugh, Terminal 1 really needs to step it up on the food front!
“Wind Portal” art installation, Paul Woolford and Ned Kahn. Located midway down the Bart platform, this piece is composed of thousands of metallic sequins that move with the wind created by incoming Bart trains and aircrafts. It’s a spectacular installation and provides an beautiful San Francisco welcome to weary travelers.
Scrambled eggs with ham, tomato, green onions, and swiss cheese. Served with hashbrowns and fruit (pineapple, blueberry, blackberry, strawberry, cantaloupe, honeydew melon). $11 Toast Eatery, San Francisco CA
Although the fruit is an extra $1.50 substitution, I like that they include plenty of berries! I hate it when restaurants only give you melons as a fruit bowl.
Beautiful San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge from the Marin Headlands.
Finished my training course today, yay! Now back to the office and the daily grind, sadness. The day has gone by quickly though since I had to work in two locations. Heading to the gym after work and getting dry cleaning on the way home. I need to pack some dress clothes for the Ohio trip in case we have a fancy dinner one night. Hope not since I want to keep it casual, but at least the food should be tasty if we do!
With cabbage, Russian dressing and Swiss cheese on focaccia bread. $9 The Sentinel, San Francisco
This sandwich was SO good! I love the soft focaccia and the corned beef was really delicious! I’m not sure if I’ve had Russian dressing before (I’ve read that Thousand Island is a variant though) but it worked well with the cabbage “slaw”. Noms!
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010, 2011
Halal chicken, real honey, honey mustard, bbq, pepper jack, swiss, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, dirty sauce on Dutch crunch bread. $11.11 Ike’s Place, San Francisco
Ok, normally I’d be bitching and moaning about a sandwich that costs more than ten dollars, but the sandwiches at Ike’s are pretty large and super tasty! They have SO many sandwich options, that you should definitely go online and choose what you want first before heading over since they don’t post all the options at the store.
This sandwich was REALLY good! I loved the halal chicken with the honey, honey mustard, and bbq combo! Throw some dirty sauce in there and you’re in sauce heaven!
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010