Lunch Matters

Is Fremont the New Sandwich District?

One reader thinks so.

By Christopher Werner August 25, 2011

Dot’s Delicatessen, giving Fremont sandwich cred.

Every couple months brings a new crop of sandwich joints but through them all prevails Pioneer Square, the city’s unofficial district for sliced bread.

The neighborhood is home to some of Seattle’s tastier sandwich counters: There’s Salumi, Delicatus, BuiltBurger, the Berliner, and Tat’s, where workers installed a webcam for monitoring the always-gnarly lines.

But as one (possibly) prescient commenter notes on this article charting Pioneer Square’s resurgence, Fremont is no sandwich slouch either: “What about the corner in Fremont where you now have UNEEDA Burger, Dot’s, and Paseo???”

Let’s not forget, several blocks down from those spots sits Homegrown, Baguette Box, Royal Grinders, and Blue Moon Burgers.

Do you guys agree? Is the Center of the Universe destined for sandwich greatness?

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