Like empire penguins and loafers, sliced sandwich bread will spend its entire life with the same partner before inevitably being eaten by a hungry goat. Help whole grains complete the circle of life with today’s Groupon: for $4, you get $8 worth of sandwiches, soups, and more at Wicked~wich on Sycamore Street.
Wicked~wich boasts an extensive menu of lunch and breakfast sandwiches, as well as homemade soups, salads, and desserts that will leave taste buds spellbound. 'Wich wizards marinate their meats overnight in a blend of spices, slow-roast them in the morning, and slice each protein-packed piece per order—a lengthy, but ultimately rewarding process, much like climbing backward up a mountain to find a quiet place to do the Sunday crossword. ‘Wich-crafted sandwiches ($7.49), such as the Wicked reuben, made with house-cured corned beef, or the Southwestern Chicken sandwich, garnished with roasted peppers and chipotle mayo, get nestled on one of five types of butter-toasted breads. Vegetarian sandwich supporters will find several candidates for the cause, including the Veggie Bella, a roasted portabello mushroom served with olive tapenade, provolone, and pesto on a multigrain baguette ($7.49). Those who prefer a DIY approach can opt for a build-your-own ‘wich ($7.29), which comes with a hammer and an instruction manual.
The sandwich shop also prepares three varieties of homemade soup daily ($2.99 per cup), in addition to several sizeable concoctions of fresh greens, such as the Pecan Chicken salad ($6.99), sprinkled with custom blended dressings. Early birds can snag reassuringly worm-free breakfast fare, such as the Salem Massive—potato bread piled with ham, egg, and cheddar ($3.99)—until 10:30 a.m.
the 'wich on Sycamore
The folks at the 'wich on Sycamore wanted to create more than just a fast, easy option for their diners. They wanted to do it better—with fresher ingredients, house-roasted meats, and options that were always made-to-order. The result was a lunch and breakfast menu that features a long list of options for customizable sandwiches or hand-crafted signature creations such as roasted eggplant on ciabatta, or pecan chicken salad sandwiches on buttered and toasted honey-wheat bread. Lunch isn't the only focus, though; fresh ingredients are used to create breakfast food such as ham, bacon, and green onion cream cheese on a raisin bagel or goat cheese, basil pesto, portabella mushrooms, and roasted red peppers on toasted honey wheat.
Central Business District
425 Sycamore St.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202Get Directions