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7 Spectacular Sandwiches You Can Still Get Right Now

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It’s a takeout world right now, and Westchester residents can get pretty much anything to-go, from burgers and beers to a full lobster dinner or a porterhouse for two. But sometimes, you just need a sandwich, so we’ve rounded up seven of our favorites that are perfectly portable and ready for pickup and delivery. 

Bacon, Egg & Cheese at The Outpost

1 Court Rd, Bedford; 914.205.3900
Your cheap, corner-deli BEC, this is not. Instead, John Ubaldo uses his own farm-fresh eggs and heritage Berkshire bacon, plus plenty of gooey melted American cheese, to create a high-brow version — with an $8.75 price tag to match.

 

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The One & Only Balboa at Larchmont Tavern

104 Chatsworth Ave, Larchmont; 914.834.9821
The classic sandwich (rumor says it has its origins in-and-around the Hudson Valley in the 1970s) has its classic iteration at this Larchmont stalwart, open since 1933. The combo is unchanged after all these years: homemade roast beef (or turkey, if you’re so inclined) and melted swiss on plush, garlic bread.

 

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Bronx Tale at Casa d’Italia

265 Halstead Ave, Harrison; 914.835.6370

Any chicken cutlet sandwich would be a safe bet at this Italian deli-meets-coffee-bar, but the Bronx Tale is our clear-cut favorite. Big enough to feed two, it’s upping the ante on the traditional wedge, with melted fresh mozzarella, herby pesto, a layer of hot coppa, and game-changing sun-dried peppers (so much better than tomatoes). Ordering it on a seeded hero is strongly recommended.

 

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Buffalooch at Mason Sandwich Co.

33 Mill Rd, Eastchester; 914.776.2766
Fried chicken is one of the stars at this craft-sandwich shop. In addition to the popular, maple-drenched Chickwich, owner Lou Bridley makes this killer riff on the buffalo wing — a meaty piece of moist, buttermilk-soaked fried chicken, doused in Buffalo sauce and topped with pickled celery, lettuce, tomato, and mayo.

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Gourmet Grilled Cheese at Plum Plums

72 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge; 914.764.1525
The cheese counters are still stocked at this gourmet food store (though just one family is allowed inside at a time), and the grill is still hot and ready to churn out delightful, artisanal, grown-up grilled cheese sandwiches, like The Dutch Master, featuring Prima Donna Gouda and caramelized onion chutney, or the sweet-savory Chocolate Surprise, with piave and Mast Brothers chocolate. 

 

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Lobster Roll at Bread & Brine

19 Main St, Hastings-on-Hudson; 914.479.5243
At $25, a lobster roll from Jeremy McLellan and Alex Sze’s New England-inspired seafood spot is a definitely a stay-at-home splurge, but it’s oh so worth it, whether you’re going for the mayo-based Maine-style (cold and creamy), or a hot, buttery, Connecticut iteration.   

 

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Pastrami Reuben at Little Cabin Sandwich Shop

3787 Crompond Rd, Cortlandt Manor; 914.734.1839
This under-the-radar sandwich mecca uses no commercial cold cuts, opting instead to house smoke and roast all the meats that serve at the foundations for its mostly classic sandwiches. Case in point: the Reuben, which features ribbons of steamed-and-smoked black-pepper-and-coriander-crusted pastrami, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and house-made Russian dressing on griddled Rye bread.

 

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