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Matt's Shrimp Concoction is a sub with sauteed shrimp, red onions, mushrooms and peppers topped with melted American cheese, coleslaw and creole mayonnaise. Photo: Renee Brock / Special

Matt's Shrimp Concoction is a sub with sauteed shrimp, red onions, mushrooms and peppers topped with melted American cheese, coleslaw and creole mayonnaise. Photo: Renee Brock / Special

YOUR PICKS (locally based)

1) New Yorker Deli

You say, “The best choice of quality sandwiches in town. Portion and quality are outstanding along with a number or delicious sides.”

2) Alon’s Bakery & Market

3) Goldberg’s Bagel Company & Deli

4)  Star Provisions

5) Muss & Turner’s

YOUR PICKS (chains)

1) Baldinos Giant Jersey Subs

You say, “Baldinos Giant Jersey Subs. Nowhere else is even close and the line out the door at lunch every day proves it.”

2) Publix

3)  Jason’s Deli

4) Firehouse Subs

5) Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches

A selection of treats from Star Provisions: hot pastrami on onion rye, smoked salmon with cucumber on toasted walnut chive, beet salad, lentils, green beans and a cola.

A selection of treats from Star Provisions: hot pastrami on onion rye, smoked salmon with cucumber on toasted walnut chive, beet salad, lentils, green beans and a cola.

OUR PICKS

1)   Star Provisions

Dining critic Meridith Ford Goldman says, “Take me to Paris, and what do I want? Well, besides shoes? A ham, butter and cheese sandwich on a baquette, bought from a street vender. I can get a similance of this Francophile sammie at Star Provisions, with Parm and prosciutto and butter on one of the provender’s Parisian-style baquettes.”

2)  Noon Midtown

3)  Leon’s Full Service

4)  Goldberg’s Bagel Company & Deli

5)  Livingston

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Eleanor

September 28th, 2009
8:13 pm

Baldino’s on Buford Highway

sageboy

September 28th, 2009
8:18 pm

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First place goes to the po boy at Goldberg’s Deli on Roswell Road
Second place goes to Houston’s fish sandwich (You’ll think you’ve died and gone to Appalachacola)

sageboy

September 28th, 2009
8:22 pm

Oh yea – Third place to the cheese steak at the Mad Italian. I remember meeting my wife at the mad italian on Peachtree after work, then picking up an album from Peaches Records & Tapes across the street, then hurrying down to the Omni to get cheap general admission seats for a Hawks game.

Trey

September 28th, 2009
8:25 pm

Fickle Pickle in Roswell…good stuff!

jw

September 28th, 2009
8:26 pm

Corner Bakery at the Buckhead Bread Company. The bread is too die for, and the Fried Green Tomato BLT is awesome!

anonymousella

September 28th, 2009
8:32 pm

star provisions. no effing contest.

James

September 28th, 2009
8:38 pm

Obviously not enough people here have been to Which Wich. Without a doubt, the best sandwich I have ever eaten. So many choices, and really delicious.

Kelly

September 28th, 2009
8:47 pm

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Carolyn’s Gourmet Cafe in Midtown…mouth-watering sandwiches and wraps..you have to try them.

Niklas

September 28th, 2009
8:57 pm

Muss & Turner’s, specifically Swifty’s Dream and The Gobbler.

mowreck

September 28th, 2009
9:05 pm

After being away from Atlanta for 3 years, when I moved back my daughter took me out for lunch to Roasters. I had a FRIED Chicken sandwich with all their trimmings. I swear the chicken hung out around the bread a half inch. The best Chicken sandwich I ever ate.

mowreck

September 28th, 2009
9:12 pm

Also there is a new little sandwich/coffee shop just off Dresden Road on Caldwell Road near the food store “Mom and Pops” food store. It is called “The Library”. I had a chicken salad they served it on grilled (toasted) wheat berry bread. Absolute delicious. I have been back a couple of times and had the same sandwich. Nice place, with outside seating and people bring their laptops and have coffee and sandwiches.

G-Man

September 28th, 2009
9:12 pm

How about the sandwiches from the new QT kitchens..or Hardee’s attempt to put bologna back on our mind’s via their fried bologna biscuit?? On a serious note for a quick sandwich on the go..QT’s sandwich variety is good..especially my favorite..THE TRIPLE-STACK SANDWICH

North GA Nole

September 28th, 2009
9:25 pm

Definitely Woody’s on Monroe. When I lived in Atlanta and worked downtown my wife would stop by Woody’s and grab two philly’s, pick me up at the office and we’d head to the Ballpark to catch a game.

Any mention of St. Charles Deli on N. Druid Hills? Is it still open? Haven’t lived there since 2002.

JEM

September 28th, 2009
9:26 pm

Amazing. First politics, then sports. Even a blog about sandwiches on ajc.com results in insults and name calling.

DecaturCyn

September 28th, 2009
9:29 pm

1) Mellow Mushroom’s marinated tempeh on wheat with pesto-mayo; 2) Quiznos’ veggie sub made with half mayo and half vinaigrette; 3) Soul Vegetarian’s barbeque tofu sandwich

Jon Heisman

September 28th, 2009
9:31 pm

The Prime Rib sandwich at Oak Grove Market.

iron_eagle

September 28th, 2009
9:56 pm

meatball sub at Noni’s add some garlic fries to it… YUMMY

Liz

September 28th, 2009
10:00 pm

Alon’s and Cafe Pharr Out…

Wayne

September 28th, 2009
10:04 pm

“My Friends Place” has the best egg salad, chicken Salad, the greatest hot sandwiches.

TE007

September 28th, 2009
10:08 pm

Urban PL on Huff St. in West Midtown!

HCL

September 28th, 2009
10:10 pm

Star Provisions (West Midtown)
Home (Midtown)
Lee’s Bakery (Buford Hwy.)
Quoc Hong (Buford Hwy.)

tommy

September 28th, 2009
10:28 pm

Defintely the Einstein Grille Turkey Sandwich at Einstein’s on Juniper in Midtown!

Melissa

September 28th, 2009
10:38 pm

Banh mi at Quoc Huong on Buford Hwy!!

SMH

September 28th, 2009
10:39 pm

Papi’s Cuban Sandwich. I go to the one in Stockbridge.

KK

September 28th, 2009
10:45 pm

I went to this place at the forum, and I was impressed. Which Wich, had about everything I could want in a sandwich shoppe, and they had a killer homemade banana/strawberry shake. Check it

NTE

September 28th, 2009
10:46 pm

Enter your comments here Wildflour on Windward Pkwy, just east of GA 400 in Alpharetta is OUTSTANDING! You can’t beat the creations of Michael Fields! The sandwiches, made on his delicious homemade bread, are awesome! And don’t forget the delicious sides and then bakery treats for dessert!

MadDog125

September 28th, 2009
10:51 pm

Sure miss Kool Korner on 14th and State. Best Cuban EVER!

Susan

September 28th, 2009
11:13 pm

Stan’s on North Avenue completely ruled! And the sliced pork sandwich at the Old Hickory House. Whatever happened to OHH? Been gone from Atlanta a long time. Live in Jersey now – not so impressed with Jersey Mike’s. We have other way better mom-and-pop sub places here. Disappointed by all the chain store sandwiches on this list. Except the pimiento cheese from the Varsity – to die for. We have NOTHING like that here. PS – can’t believe the Mellow Mushroom is still around. Is it the same one for like the last 40 years, or a different one?

oldandntheway

September 28th, 2009
11:20 pm

Enter your comments hereTurkey melt at the Righteous Room.

L

September 28th, 2009
11:20 pm

Unhindered! I have to agree with the comment below. Next Third Day….amazing!

Charley

September 28th, 2009
11:26 pm

Overall Warm Sandwich: Wright’s Deli in Dunwoody (Awesome Ruben with coleslaw instead of kraut and amazing Shrimp Po’ Boy)

BBQ Sandwich: Ribs Etc-Buckhead/Roswell Road

Cafe Pharr and New Yorker are amazing too!!!
Tooo many choices :)

clifton hipps

September 28th, 2009
11:41 pm

Sawicki’s in downtown Decatur makes awesome sandwiches,
namely the lamp and the roast pork with onion jam and
fried lemon slices. Yummmmmm.

Rick

September 28th, 2009
11:42 pm

BEST EVER = “The Big City Deli” in Kennesaw!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Creed

September 28th, 2009
11:44 pm

The old Deli was Al’s Deli- Cumming, Georgia. The new Deli, by the same owner, is Cosmic Deli and I know there are Thousands that are drooling at the grand opening on Windward Parkway. All the same stuff you loved, and MORE! I can’t wait!

Some Other Mike

September 28th, 2009
11:50 pm

Sandwiches are so broad a subject…pizza is halfway to being a sandwich (or all the way, if you hit Everybody’s).

So, I’ll limit myself to cold cuts (plain or grilled), and count my vote for Wright Gourmet Shoppe (Dunwoody), and take a slice of cake home for dessert in the evening.

Wrt Publix: if you find a good one, they’ll put anything behind the deli counter on a sandwich. This is high-grade sandwich power, folks; just don’t exercise it when there’s a line, thanks.

cybergrany

September 28th, 2009
11:58 pm

watch out Billy Joe Bob– All those sandwich places -you will look like me when you are 63–I like a good grilled cheese–use real butter and good bread multigrain –and sharp cheddar and provolone one slice each but bread has to be thicker than air or it will get messey–mustard and pickel on the side–leave the cold cuts out–they kill my gut !!

a pelk in portland

September 29th, 2009
12:11 am

the half and half parm at rosa’s is the only sandwich i consider a must have when i’m back in atl

Demetrio

September 29th, 2009
12:16 am

Martin you really have your head up your obama. Yes, Publix you fool! Try to be less cool and more cerebral. Gawd!!!!!!!!!

MOT

September 29th, 2009
12:20 am

Zaxby’s…a couple good chicken sandwiches. Ritter’s homemade pimento cheese sandwich with bacon…..AMAZING!!!!!!! Place called Pickles in Roswell, some good ones. I think my fav is the Ritter’s one! mmmmmmmmm! and desserts to DIE for!!!

ANDI

September 29th, 2009
12:56 am

R.I.P Havana Sandwich Shop on Buford, best cuban in ATL

also, shout out to Fifth Earl’s in Decatur. A little expensive, but heavenly nonetheless.

Philly Connection, anyone?

Biff Blabney

September 29th, 2009
1:07 am

Best in ATL are: Henris in Buckhead, Wright’s Deli in Dunwoody, Baldinos on Buford Hwy in Doraville, Publix usually as their ingredients are always very fresh…and of course do the Boar’s Head. The worst is Subway by FAR. Pre-cut & weighed processed meats just sitting there all day congealing in that wet paper AND then put into that odd shaped/cut bread of theirs makes it impossible to pack on the other stuff & eat. Gross all around…and Blimpie “used” to be great when they’d cut it in front of you…Now they go the Subway route with weighing & it’s pre-cut. Pure nastiness…imho.

William G

September 29th, 2009
1:26 am

Alon’s Bakery’s Roasted Lamb Sandwich
Enoteca Carbonari’s Prosciutto and Buffalo mozzarella Panini or Chk Salad panini
Star Provisions fish sandwich’s

Publix for sure and most are right, you don’t need to add boars head meat, theirs is plenty good.

TORTA LOVER

September 29th, 2009
1:27 am

Torta’s Locas on Jimmy Carter best steak sandwich in town.

Jimmy O

September 29th, 2009
1:53 am

Enter your comments here Roy’s Cheesesteaks off South Cobb Drive. Best hoagies and cheesesteaks in Atl. hands down. It’s all about the bread. They use Amarosos rolls shipped down from Philly. The amount of meat is twice as much as Philly Connection . Not even close.

mr. love

September 29th, 2009
1:56 am

Souper Jenny sandwiches rock my world

Tom

September 29th, 2009
2:30 am

OnTray’s in Roswell *was* the best ever, sure do miss them. Nowadays I like the Appletree Deli in Alpharetta.

Dana R.

September 29th, 2009
3:04 am

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Wright’s Gormet in Dunwoody–DEFINITELY!! Glenda’s Garden is out of this WORLD!!

Michelle

September 29th, 2009
4:40 am

Ummm… a #10 Hunters Club at Jimmy Johns???!! How has this not been mentioned? Jimmy Johns, hands down.

JT

September 29th, 2009
4:47 am

Jimmy Johns blows

Big Time

September 29th, 2009
6:02 am

Which Wich? in Norcross has the whole package. Hot Wiches, 50 different types, over 50 toppings at all 1 price. They do it right!