Unlike a sand witch, a sandwich doesn't have the power to turn men into sand and sand into poisoned glass. Let a sandwich cast a devastating spell on hunger pains with today's Groupon. For $5, you get $10 worth of sandwiches, soups, and more at Garland Sandwich Shoppe in the heart of the Garland Business District.
Garland’s unassuming exterior makes it easy to miss, but the sandwich shop’s cozy confines are as homey as a family kitchen. Owner Kristen Speller, trained at the Inland Northwest Culinary Academy, conjures a menu of soups and sandwiches out of local ingredients every Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. DIY diners can build their own sandwiches with their choice of eight types of meat, ten spreads, and six cheeses, or order one of the shop's dozen specialty deli sandwiches and paninis, including the Dubliner ($5.59)—an attractive hunk of pastrami caught in an amorous embrace with havarti cheese and marble rye. The soups, like the slowest county-fair Ferris wheel ever, rotate daily except on Friday, which warms winter-chilled ribs with simmering cauldrons of salmon corn chowder.
- This small neighborhood spot feels a little bit like being in someone’s kitchen… Owner Kristen Speller takes pride in offering high-quality ingredients, low prices and service with a smile. Scratch-made sides like quinoa salad and gooey brownies set this place apart from the chains. – Inlander
Garland Sandwich Shoppe
Whether you're looking for a low-calorie lunch, a filling behemoth of a meal, or something in-between, Garland Sandwich Shoppe likely has something for you. Egg-salad sandwiches, which surprisingly have only 500 calories, share menu space with creative paninis and monstrous sandwiches. The sandwiches can be paired with daily rotating soups, including housemade smoked-salmon corn chowder and creamy tomato basil.