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Pacific Oyster roll at Westward.

If you’ve been anywhere but under a rock in the last couple of years, you know how extraordinary Seattle’s sandwiches have become. Old favorites like Paseo’s Caribbean Roast, the #1 at Saigon Deli, and Salumi’s ethereal porchetta. New dazzlers at finds like Rainshadow Meats and Westward.

Where else do you go to get your sandwich on? We are looking for the best of the best, from meatball to brisket to grilled cheese to veggie. All corners of town, all global persuasions, new and longtime, food trucks to sit-down. From the meaty monsters of Pioneer Square’s Sandwich Zone to the wee storefronts scattered across the neighborhoods. Nominate your faves in the comments section below.

Then watch your newsstand in the coming months for Seattle Met's definitive list. And bring your drool bib.

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