Best Sandwich 2017

Reader Pick

The Great Outdoors Sub Shop

Jerry Oliverie’s mission when he opened his first Great Outdoors Sub Shop in downtown Dallas was to make a sub better than the ones he ate growing up in New Jersey. But we’ll let you be the judge – choose from a variety of its freshly sliced meats, like ham, turkey, pastrami and salami, and fresh cheeses all on a 8-inch sub sandwich that you can eat as is or toasted.

3204 Camp Bowie Blvd.

Staff Pick

Carshon's Deli

Carshon’s Deli, established by Jewish immigrant David Carshon in 1928, is among the oldest restaurants in the city. It’s the only kosher-style deli in Fort Worth. Nearly impossible to choose which is our favorite, we’d opt for the Rebecca (pastrami, cream cheese and smoked turkey with Russian dressing on egg bread) or the Rutherford (smoked turkey on grilled Wolferman’s muffin with melted Swiss or cheddar cheese).

3133 Cleburne Road