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- $12 for $20 worth of Sandwiches and Drinks for two
- $24 for $40 worth of Sandwiches and Drinks for four or more
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The Gramophone used to be known for its live music. But nowadays—with its elaborately hearty gourmet sandwiches and seemingly millions-strong constellation of local beers and spirits—it's best known for its cuisine, developed with input from Guerilla Street Food chef Brian Hardesty. This transformation, detailed by the Riverfront Times, has evolved the spot's identity while maintaining its reputation as a top-notch hangout. Dart boards, pool tables, and a Walking Dead pinball machine don't hurt, either. Neither does the decor, an unconventional blend of knotted wood and matte-black metal adorned with skateboard art, record albums, colorful microbrew six-packs, and—of course—2 gleaming gramophone.