Like the Earth, a sandwich is made of layers and gathers its strength from its meaty core, which pushes condiments toward the crust to erupt and bury fingers in deliciousness. Let rivers of mayo magma run with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of sandwiches, specialty pizzas, and smoothies at 'Wiches in Oxford.
The culinary team at 'Wiches forges a vegetable-and-meat-rich menu of 13 sandwiches prepared with slices of homemade bread and 10 specialty pizzas baked in a brick oven. The sandwich specialists whip up half 'Wiches ($4.99) and whole 'Wiches ($7.99). The Roast Beast supplants droughts of flavor with roast beef, caramelized onions, provolone cheese, and horseradish aioli, and the Rue unleashes a rappelling squadron of corned beef, swiss cheese, russian dressing, and sauerkraut to wrap cords of deliciousness around the tongue. A large Hawaiian Deluxe brick-oven pizza ($11.99) presents a mélange of ham, pineapple, bacon, red onion, and mozzarella and, like stop signs, comes in circular and square form. 'Wiches also fashions refreshing smoothies ($2.49–$3.49) out of ground-derived fruit, such as strawberries and bananas, as well as concocting coffee drinks with mint, caramel, and white chocolate ($1.99–$2.99).
'wiches outshines the average deli, and locals have taken notice. Since the shop’s opening in 2009, it has been repeatedly crowned a top contender for Best Soup and Sandwich by WDIV Detroit and Best Deli in Oxford by the Oxford Leader.
'wiches stacks its sandwiches) with layers of house prepared meats and cheeses, crisp veggies, and flavorful condiments atop freshly baked bread or gluten-free bread. Signature sandwiches include the Porky's Revenge with house-smoked pulled pork, apple-smoked BBQ sauce, and coleslaw. Soups, salads, cookies, and other baked goods round out the menu, and most can be made gluten-free. The sandwiches and sweets also profit the people that purchase them, since 'wiches has donated more than $7,500 to local nonprofits.