If you’re craving a sandwich, these places in Las Vegas will satisfy

Sometimes, all the fine dining options around Las Vegas can be a little overwhelming. We know what you’re thinking: Why can’t I have something simple for lunch, like a delicious, perfect sandwich? Could you. Great sandwiches are a part of all of these options, too.

The newest sandwich spot can be found on the Las Vegas Strip in The Park, between New York-New York and Park MGM. top round (eattopround.com) from Los Angeles to bring old-school roast beef sandwiches to Vegas, a high-quality menu of casual food created by real chefs. The slow-cooked delicacy comes in soft rolls with your choice of toppings, from a spicy cheese sauce to a roast beef sandwich with pickles, to a creamy mix of horseradish and roasted mushrooms known as Horse and Whole. Fried chicken sandwiches, burgers, pastrami, and sausage are also available at this upcoming hot spot.

Drive north on the Gaza Strip and plunge down the street toward the Las Vegas Convention Center to discover Siegel’s Bagelmania (702.369.3322), the beloved local deli that recently celebrated 33 years of serving the city and is still finding new customers at its largest location to date, opened here in 2021 to great acclaim. All your favorite classics are well prepared, from hot pastrami or beef to fresh white fish or egg salad sandwiches. Explore our list of signature creations and you won’t be disappointed; Tommy White, with ham, salami, turkey pastrami, pepperoncini and provolone on a French roll, is one of our top picks.

Ike love and sandwiches (702.500.8687) has several locations around the valley, including one at the FSLV Center in the Strip and another near the UNLV campus. There are just about too many delicious options on this list to narrow it down, but that means there’s something for everyone at Ike’s, including vegetarians or vegans. Try the Backstabber filled with chicken, Caesar dressing, marinated artichoke hearts, cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes.

If you are looking for a next-level chicken sandwich, visit celebrity chef Richard Blais crack shack (702.820.5991), Stripside is located directly in front of Park MGM. If you’re a fan of fried food, the Firebird is your sandwich – take the spicy fried chicken Jidori with ranch dressing, crunchy onions, and pickles. If you’re a fan of grilled cheese, try the Cali Drip with grilled chicken, fries, chipotle mayonnaise, and panini-style bacon with generous portions of melted Oaxacan cheese.

If you want to eat sandwiches like the locals do, wander around the Beltway until you reach The proper sandwich company (725.210.5224) on the south of Rainbow Street. Created by two veterans of fine dining restaurants on the Strip, this new café has built this casual menu around the best ingredients available with some great flavor combinations. Italian hoji and spicy “naked” meatball sandwiches are among the more popular items, but the banh mi chicken is also worth a snack, and the juicy porchetta—eight-hour pork belly on ciabatta with green sauce and pickled red wine—always sell out, so get your hands on it. On it if you can.

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