30 essential Detroit area sandwich shops you should have tried by now

Let's be real: We've never met a sandwich we didn't like. In fact, our personal nutritional pyramid is made up of 65%…

By Metro Times Staff

Ernie’s Market
    8500 Capital St., Oak Park; 248-541-9703; erniessandwichshop.com
    Ernie’s is known for its large, unique sandwiches — and for Ernie, a shopkeep with a propensity for saying, “Baby!” You can put a number of toppings on them, and choose from a wide variety of sides. The local business has been serving the community for years.
    Photo via Ernie’s Market / Facebook
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15 hole-in-the-wall sandwich spots you should have tried by now

When it comes to sandwiches, you don't need to go to a fancy restaurant to find the best. Great sandwiches often exist…

By Metro Times Staff

Nathan’s Deli
    581 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit; 313-962-3354; nathansdelidetroit.com
    Nathan’s serves deli sandwiches, roll-up sandwiches, specialty sandwiches, and more. It also offers catering and vegetarian options.
    Photo via Nathan’s Deli / Facebook
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7 photos from Black Eagle at the Bosco

photos by Tom Perkins.

By Metro Times Staff

7 photos from Black Eagle at the Bosco
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The top 10 places to eat in Detroit if you love sandwiches

For the times where the only utensils you want to use are your hands and some bread. By Michael Milhim

By Metro Times Staff

 Astro Coffee 
    Michigan avenue off the West Fisher service drive
    Now we’re into vintage ubran whatever chic territory here. They can do coffee and sandwiches and baked goods well? Count me in. 
    
    (Photo from Yelp user Sally A.)
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