At DiningIn, we've learned that nothing beats a handful of fresh fillings and condiments flanked between two perfectly crafted slices of bread. They’re portable enough to take pretty much anywhere, and can be customized in any way you want, hence why the average American eats approximately 200 sandwiches each year.
Tucked deep in the overly cramped streets of downtown Boston lie perhaps THE greatest sandwich shop in all of New England. That generalization may remain true to most people who’ve tried their product offerings, but Sam LaGrassa’s strives for more than that. They refer to their sandwiches as the World’s Best – not Boston’s best, not New England’s best, not the country’s best, not North America’s best: The World’s Best.
And rightfully so: They’ve earned that title. Sam LaGrassa’s sandwiches are stellar, spectacular, mouthwatering, hunger inducing – add any other positive adjective in here that you want to refer to them as. You’ll never hear someone complain about either A) the size or B) the quality of the sandwich they get from Sam LaGrassa’s. It just won’t happen – like what I told the conspiracy theorists when they told me the world was going to end in 2012.