The Sacramento Bee, 3/28/2007
Ten places to get
a great sandwich
Dagwood Bumstead notwithstanding, sandwich-making is definitely a culinary art form. If you doubt it, or live with the misconception that all sandwiches are created equal, visit any of the recommended restaurants in this alphabetized sampler. The truth is out there -- you just need to taste it.
Jamie's Broadway Grille 427 Broadway; (916) 442-4044
The deal: Owner-cook Jamie Bunnell and his wife, Vicki, bought the space in 1986 from late restaurateur Bill Shanley. The kitchen turns out great clam chowder, burgers and steak sandwiches.
Signature sandwich: The excellent stacked Reuben is on the daily menu, as is the clubhouse (with turkey cut from a whole roasted bird). The French dip shows up as a weekly special; it's loaded with sliced prime rib (with jus).