Making a sandwich is simple. You take two pieces of bread, throw some meat in the middle, add some veggies, and get ready to watch Storage Wars. But a truly great sandwich? That's an art form, achieving the perfect balance of flavors and textures that you didn't really have time to admire after devouring it in 37 seconds. These eight Dallas spots reach the highest levels of sandwich achievement.
Smoked turkey sandwich
Oak (address and info)
Just a turkey sandwich, you say? Well, Oak's added a lunch menu and, rest assured, this is no ordinary turkey sandwich. Checking in at $12 (and worth more than every penny), their turkey is house-smoked and served on whole grain bread (also made in-house, of course) with avocado, bacon, sprouts, L&T. It's fancied-up just enough, gloriously simple, and yet undeniably delicious. It's also served with a side of baby greens topped with shaved manchego, almonds, caper, and golden raisin vinaigrette that will win over even the most staunchly salad-averse.