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Three places to celebrate National Sandwich Month in Houston

Jason Martinez

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HOUSTON, TX - Though it's only a few days until September, you'll never be too late to celebrate National Sandwich Month this August. Try different tastes of sandwiches that Houston's restaurants have to offer with our recommendations below.

1) Kenny's & Ziggy's New York Deli
2327 Post Oak Blvd

Get your first dose of scrumptious sandwich in the Galleria area, owned and operated by Ziggy Gruber, a third-generation Deliman. The Zellagabetsky steal the spotlight as the famous original (The Sandwich That’s Bigger Than Its Name) for a perfect feast. They also serve a wide array of Such A Sandwich! and Sandwich Stars, but if you think it will be too hard to decide, you can always create your own sandwich. Whether you will stuff two meat combo, three meat combo, or the Deli Double, it's all up to you.

2) Tony's Italian Delicatessen
24504 Kuykendahl Rd., Suite 100

Have a little deli with big and rich flavors of sandwiches! They serve premium deli meats and cheeses for their large selection of unique sandwiches. For a hot summer day, choose the Dicaprio Chicken Salad sub with American Cheese, Bacon, Lettuce, Mayo, Marinated Tomatoes, and their famous Sub Oil, served on Wheat Bread or Crusty Italian Bread. The Sinatra can also be your new favorite because of its Sopressata, Genoa Salami, Fresh Mozzarella Balls, Marinated Roma Tomatoes, Parmesan Cheese, Basil Pesto & Sub Oil.

3) Local Foods - Heights
714 Yale Street

You can't miss Local Foods' signature favorite Truffled Egg Salad vegetarian sandwich, loaded with Greens, Tomato, Parmesan, Aioli, and Pretzel Bun. For another option, try the Gulf Seafood sandwich with Blue Horizon Shrimp & Blue Crab, Tomato, Pickled Onion, Green Goddess Dressing, and Ciabatta for a taste of sandwich on another level. You can also order any sandwich on the menu as a salad! Find Local Foods in five locations; Rice Village, Upper Kirby, Tanglewood, Downtown, and The Heights.

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