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Best 8 Sandwiches in America You Need to Try At Least Once

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The Classic New York Pastrami on Rye

Originating in NYC's Jewish delis, this classic sandwich features a thick layer of pastrami with spicy mustard. According to Tasting Table, a side of dill pickles complements it well.

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Chicago's Italian Beef

Created by Italian immigrants during the Depression, this sandwich features thinly sliced roast beef dipped in au jus, served on an Italian roll. Al's Beef, founded in 1938, is famed for it.

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New Orleans's Muffuletta

Invented in 1906 by Italian immigrants in New Orleans, the muffuletta features a round loaf stuffed with marinated olive salad, salami, ham, and provolone. Central Grocery still serves it today.

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The Philly Cheesesteak

A Philly cultural icon, the cheesesteak features sautéed ribeye and melted cheese in a long roll. Its origin, credited to Pat and Harry Olivieri, dates back to 1930s South Philadelphia.

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Maine Lobster Roll

Maine's signature sandwich features fresh lobster lightly dressed with mayo in a buttered, toasted roll. Popular since the 1970s, Red's Eats in Wiscasset is renowned for generous servings.

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California Avocado BLT

The West Coast BLT: bacon, lettuce, tomato, and ripe avocado on toasted bread. Enjoy this iconic sandwich with a panoramic view at the Getty Center in Los Angeles.

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Miami's Cubano

Originally a Cuban delicacy, the sandwich evolved into its modern form in Miami post-1950s Cuban Revolution, featuring roasted pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard on Cuban bread.

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Pittsburgh's Primanti Brothers Sandwich

Created during the Depression by the Primanti Brothers as an on-the-go snack, this sandwich includes grilled meat, coleslaw, tomato slices, and French fries on Italian bread.

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