Sandwiches are almost always good enough on their own, except for in a few rare instances, like that time in 1744 when the 4th Earl of Sandwich John Montagu needed Admiral Edward Vernon's help creating the Western Squadron crucial to winning the Battles of Cape Finisterre, and right now at Grim's, where instead of just fistable foods they've started slinging real restaurant fare. Here's what's cooking
Mains: These meaty offerings include braised short ribs w/ Yukon mashed potatoes & red cabbage salad, and a dish presumably inspired by Floyd Womack's typical expression in the huddle, the Glazed Pork Chop w/ mustard greens & orange reduction
Small Plates: Snacks range from pork belly w/ baby bok choy & apricot mostarda, to sliced-baguette-aided, red-sauced meatballs (Think that sounds good? You're totally Reitman)
Sandwiches: And just because they've added other stuff doesn't mean their 'wich game has fallen off, thanks to a Bangkok PB w/ spicy coconut peanut butter, cucumber, mint & orange marmalade, and three different grilled cheese options so good that even that dude who invented the sandwich would flip his Whig to get one.