To subvert grumpy monarchs, angry medieval youths scrawled condiment graffiti such as "Fran Tanner has plague" and "the king is a jerk" inside their sandwiches. Dig beneath lettuce to bring history to light with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of delicatessen-style sandwiches, bottled beverages, and more at Open Face Sandwich Eatery.
Pinch hunger in the sciatic nerve with the colorful menu at Open Face, boasting sandwiches of all shapes, sizes, and astrological signs. Try the Open Face sandwich ($9.95)—freshly roasted beef or turkey topped with the soup of the day, parmesan wafer, and French-fried onions over toasted wheat, sourdough, rye, or mixed greens for grain-haters—or quell cravings for cured cuisine with the Genoa salami sandwich ($8.25), with roasted red pepper and mixed greens, topped with a parmesan wafer and drizzles of olive oil on a baguette. Venn diagram–doters can opt for a sandwich tasting ($8.50), which provides two sandwich halves (additional $0.50 for Open Face sandwich half), offering selecting sandwichers the best of multiple breaded worlds. All sandwiches are served with ginger carrots, baguette chips, or a simple salad. For dry-mouthed diners and cotton-mouthed culinarians, Open Face offers a distinctive bottled beverage selection that includes the joy of a cool, bottled Moxie ($1.85). A selection of fresh-baked sweets and treats are prepared and priced daily.
Open Face's chic, stylish atmosphere and penchant for scooter love establish it as an ideal eatery for both Mod holdovers from the 1960s and sandwich-loving soldiers of two-wheeled transport. This Groupon is valid for dine-in or carryout only, so stop in and experience an open-minded meal that won't question your love of Battlestar Galactica fan fiction.
The City Newspaper mentioned Open Face Sandwich Eatery and awarded its Cookie Splits as the “Best Meeting of the Sweets” for 2009. Yelpers give the restaurant an average of 4.5 stars, and 84% of more than 70 Urbanspooners recommend it:
- The interior of Open Face Sandwich Eatery is as interesting as the South Wedge neighborhood in which it's located. You might hardly notice any view at all, however, other than the plate in front of you when presented with the unusual, original sandwiches for which Open Face is known. – Katherine Stathis, City Newspaper
- Everything from the concept, to the food and staff are wonderful. They have unique and surprisingly tasty soups and sandwiches. – LKD, Urbanspoon
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