SUNdeVICH
Greg Powers
Stachowski's
Woodward Takeout Food
MGM Roast Beef
Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
1. Woodward Takeout Food 1426 H St NW, Washington, DC 20005 (Downtown)

Thinking about breakfast on your morning commute? Look no further than Woodward Takeout Food. Their food is so good it'll have you saying, "WTF, why haven't I been here before?"

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
2. G by Mike Isabella 2201 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009 (U Street)

Mike Isabella's grab 'n go sandwich shop "G" is doing up jaw-dropping meaty hoagies with most of the meat spit roasted next door at Kapnos.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
3. MGM Roast Beef 905 Brentwood Road NE, Washington, DC 20018

Whether you're on the go with only time for a breakfast sammie or you want to tackle one of their hand-carved sandwiches topped with cranberry chutney, you can't go wrong with MGM.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
4. SUNdeVICH 1314 9th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 (Mount Vernon Sq)

A sandwich shop tucked behind Seasonal Pantry and Lamont Bishop Gallery, SUNdeVICH's got more plants than seats, and serves up nine sammies named after international cities, like the ground beef & lamb/ yogurt/ sumac onions Istanbul, the skirt steak/ fried onions/ chimichurri Buneos Aires, and the hummus/ cucumber/ brined veggies Cairo.

Previous Venue Next Venue Venue Description
5. Stachowski Market and Deli 1425 28th St NW , Washington, DC , DC 20007 (Georgetown)

A farmer's market vet now has the meatiest corner store of them all, with a pig chalkboard displaying daily sandwiches, and deli cases rocking gourmet options like chicken bratwurst (w/ a cider-soaked apple/ sage/ nutmeg), port- & juniper-spiced duck, and a bay leaf/ toasted oats pork they're calling "Banger, English style", so you'll want to eat it with the lights off, try not to move around too much, and wish each other well afterward with a firm handshake.