Give hands some well-deserved grub-handling action after a long day of keyboarding and finger puppeteering with today's side deal: for $3, you get $6 worth of sandwiches and beverages at Addy’s Sandwich Bar. Located on SW 10th between Alder and Washington, this lunchtime cart bar is open Monday–Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Addy’s Sandwich Bar offers stacks of easily transportable bites for on-the-go eaters—Oregon Live named it one of Portland's Top 10 Food Carts in 2009. Sandwiches feature organic ingredients, carefully procured meats, and crisp baguettes torpedoed daily from bakery-equipped submarines deep beneath Antarctica. Addy’s menu changes frequently to incorporate the freshest ingredients and appease the lunar gods, but you can check out the current lineup here.
Stop by the carted shop to pick up a sandwich ($5.50 each) such as the ham with gruyere and butter, duck confit with cranberry relish and shredded cabbage, or chocolate with sea salt and olive oil. Salads ($2.50) are available with avocado and tangelo, or kale with carrots and beets. Additionally, sippable soups ($2.50, large $4.50) boast complementing flavor mixes such as mushrooms in chicken broth, as well as chickpea and tomato.
- After taking my first bite, I remembered why I love fresh baguettes. There is a chewiness that isn’t too hard, nor too soft. It forces you to truly taste the bread and the work put in to make it. The tuna was just right. I could taste the tuna, capers, and a hint of red onions. The spread was the right mix of tuna and the other ingredients without too much mayo or binder. Mix that with the chewy bread and the sliced hardboiled egg and you have a great sandwich. – dieselboi, Food Carts Portland
- The turkey was delicious and moist. The cucumber adds a nice additional texture to the sandwich. The brie and creme fresh contrast nicely with the turkey meat. – Isaac, Urbanspoon
SW 10th and Alder St.
Portland, Oregon 97205Get Directions