Proving you don't need plastic surgery to make a couple of huge changes in your life, the East Hampton Sandwich Company comes from Hunter Pond, who first ditched law school after realizing it wasn't a good fit (far wiser than actually becoming a lawyer and realizing your whole existence isn't a good fit), then decided to enter the resto biz after a couple of years working with the folks behind Eno's and Union Bear.
East Hampton Sandwich Co. has found a way to provide quality, hand-crafted food with the speed and efficiency of fast-food. The Dallas spot serves gourmet sandwiches, many of which are centered around the standout Southern fried chicken. An East Coast sensibility is seen in chowder and whoopie pies, plus sandwiches with appropriate fillings like crabcakes and lobster (the lobster grilled cheese with havarti and American cheese is probably the best grilled cheese you'll ever have). Every order comes with a pile of house-baked potato chips, but the menu offers a battery of sides as well. Don't sleep on the sweet potato fries.