Sandwich Cart

These hearty local sandwiches will warm your soul on a cool day. 

HAMA HAMA OYSTER PO’BOY

Plump fried Hood Canal oysters with robust remoulade sauce, lemon mayo, and lettuce on crusty bread.  

Mean Sandwich (1510 Leary Way NW), a casually hip Ballard sandwich shop that has a huge outdoor seating area with a ping-pong table.  

BENNY’S BRISKET

Vegan sliced steak, Swiss cheese, grilled mushrooms and onions, and horseradish aioli on thick-cut rye bread.

Ben & Esther’s Vegan Jewish Deli (907 E Pike St), a lively, light-filled Capitol Hill lunch spot with top-notch bagels, knishes, latkes, matzo ball soup, and more.  

BIG BISON BURGER

Red onion jam, bacon, Beecher’s cheddar, and house sauce.  

Uneeda Burger (4302 Fremont Ave N), a bustling burger joint with tart-sweet huckleberry milkshakes. 

CARIBBEAN ROAST

Tender marinated and slow-roasted pork shoulder on a Macrina Bakery baguette with caramelized onions, pickled jalapeños, and garlic aioli.  

Un Bien (6226 Seaview Ave NW), a colorfully painted Caribbean sandwich shack by Point Shilshole Beach.  

FRIED CATFISH SANDWICH

Crispy battered catfish with lettuce, pickles, and tangy house-made tartar sauce on a brioche bun.  

Jackson’s Catfish Corner (2218 S Jackson St), a high-ceilinged counter-service eatery in the Central District serving tasty sides like hushpuppies and sweet yams.  

GRILLED CHEESE

Slightly sharp, aged cheddar with a touch of aioli, melted between two buttery grilled slices of bread.  

Beecher’s (1600 Pike Pl), a famous artisan cheese shop at Pike Place Market offering gourmet goods as well.  

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