Monday, April 28, 2008

Sandwich Machine-since 1975

Way before Subway became the craze, little Lawrence Indiana was cranking out tasty sub sandwiches, and with the flair you would expect. At the Sandwich Machine, on Pendleton Pike, you get the freshest ingredients (not the stuff that corporate sends you, like the other places we won't name). Each sandwich comes with (unless you specify otherwise) lettuce, tomato, onion, oil and vinegar. With so much packed on each sandwich, it is essentially like it has its own side salad. This is an eclectic little joint, you can get as strange as you want to (click the menu) and the sides are unbelievable. You can get chips or fries, but why would you when you can get fried mushrooms or tasty little sweet corn nuggets (pictured here).
After Pendleton Pike is completed and the Fort Benjamin Harrison project is done, I would imagine the area will be much different, but I hope that little joints like Sandwich Machine still have a place.

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