Downtown Asheville gets even more sandwiches

It seems like not too long ago when we were complaining about the lack of sandwiches in downtown Asheville. Now there’s Cucina 24 Deli, Roman’s, the Jackson Underground Cafe — and now The Sandwich Company.

The new to-go only spot is located on the ground floor of the BB&T building in suite G110. It’s a tiny affair — at just 165 square feet, there’s barely enough room for the employees and about three customers at a time to squeeze in.

The venture has prices to match its size, too. There’s a $2.99 all-beef bologna and cheese sandwich on sourdough or wheat and a $2.99 PB&J as well. Nothing costs more than $5.99 — good news for the financially-challenged among us looking for a deal at lunchtime.

Selections include Black Forest ham with olive tapenade, plenty of salad selections with fresh veggies and spring mix, wraps and locally made roots hummus by the tub or slathered on bread with feta cheese and vegetables.

Hot sandwiches can be made to order, and cold sandwiches are also available in a grab and go cooler.

The Sandwich Company is open on weekdays only from 11 a.m through 3 p.m. For more information, call 210-8130.

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