In no particular order:
- The Devil Burger at St. Francis Fountain — I usually get it with bacon and cheddar, and sub real mayonnaise for the veganaise, but I bet it’s super good actually vegan too. Afterward, I feel like I ate an awesome burger. (Good fries and cold Anchor Steams too.) (I ate one of these last night and am still thinking about it, mmmmmm.)
- Golden Beetloaf sandwich at Atlas Cafe — It has gouda and mayo, so it’s probably not vegan, but maybe it can be made vegan? I dunno. (If not, there are plenty of other good veggie sandwiches at this place that probably can be vegan?) Anyway, CLASSIC sandwich. It doesn’t really pretend to be a meat. It has a really special set of textures and a really special set of flavors all its own. I usually get it to go and grab some cheddar Popchips from Norm’s to accompany it in a picnic in my backyard.
- The Vegan Burger at Mission Bowling Club — Definitely vegan, and I don’t even add bacon to it or anything. (Usually I go with a friend and split one of these and one real burger.) (The legendary Mission Burger, mmmm.) It’s legendary, and really good.
- Satan’s Philly Cheese Fake at Bender’s — Can be made vegan with vegan dressing instead of cheese, but omgggg is it good with cheese. Better than most real Philly cheesesteak sandwiches, I’d say, and it comes with tots! Goes great with Death & Taxes btw.
- The veggie sandwich of the day at Pal’s Take-Away (pictured) — When you want a big, expertly assembled pile of beautiful vegetables on some gorgeous fresh-baked bread, Pal’s is the place. There’s usually an egg on it, which is clutch, but you can ask for it without if you want. A+ sandwich. (Even if it’s not asparagus season anymore.)