How to make a better sandwich
There are sandwiches that are compiled, and then there are sandwiches that are prepared. Most may not know the difference, but with one taste you’ll realize it makes all the difference in the world. A sandwich that is compiled finds plastic-wrapped deli meat lifelessly strewn between two plastic-wrapped slices of bread. Ah, but a sandwich that is prepared, lovingly brought together with the skill and passion of a true chef, sees twin slices of delectable fresh-baked bread containing a tower of turkey breast, pork and ham all roasted in house to perfection. You can taste that difference at The Diplomat Luncheonette, where the chefs and bakers in the kitchen have elevated the simple sandwich to an art form. You won’t find any plastic or bags in sight, just made-from scratch ingredients in every bite, from the meat to the salad dressing. It’s a difference you can taste.