Pin It
Favorite

UPDATE — Sandwich Gardens 

click to enlarge art18563.jpg

Sandwich Gardens may have been MIA for nearly a decade before reopening three years ago in downtown’s River Park Square, but once back, nothing had really changed.

Since opening in 1975, Sandwich Gardens has emphasized consistency, serving the same great sandwiches as always, and relied on their quality and affordability to keep customers coming back.

“We had a grandmother who was always coming in and then started bringing her daughter, and one day came in with her granddaughter,” says owner Pat Matthews. “Three generations of a family. It’s pretty special for that to happen.”

Sandwiches like the Humdinger ($9.25 whole/$6.55 half) — a simple but hefty wallop of pastrami, lettuce, mushrooms, olives, Parmesan and provolone on rye — are crowd favorites. If for some reason you aren’t feeling up to one of their sandwiches, a variety of salads as well as seasonal offerings of made-from-scratch soups are also available.

Tags:

  • Pin It

Latest in Food & Drink

  • A Well of Options
  • A Well of Options

    Liberty Lake's newest cafe has all the tools to meet its lofty ambitions
    • Aug 18, 2016
  • Certain Spice
  • Certain Spice

    Cooking Indian food isn't as tricky as you'd think — just ask Max Manjit Mohan
    • Aug 18, 2016
  • Beer, Right Here
  • Beer, Right Here

    Do the inaugural Spokane Brewers Festival your way
    • Aug 11, 2016
  • More »

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Today | Thu | Fri | Sat | Sun | Mon | Tue
You Are Here

You Are Here @ Chase Gallery

Mondays-Fridays. Continues through Sept. 29

All of today's events | Staff Picks

More by Christian Wilson

Most Commented On

Top Tags in
Culture & Food

Food


for your consideration


last word


Opening


beer


Readers also liked…

  • A Missing Link
  • A Missing Link

    LINC Foods helps connect the region's biggest food buyers with the smallest producers
    • May 27, 2015
  • Independent Spirits
  • Independent Spirits

    The booze-making boom hits North Idaho with the opening of Mill Town Distillery
    • Sep 2, 2015

© 2016 Inlander
Website powered by Foundation