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The Mecca in Lakewood, home to a tasty club sandwich.
The Mecca in Lakewood, home to a tasty club sandwich.
Photo credit: Margo Sivin/EDFW

10 Places in Dallas to Get Your Club Sandwich On

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The Mecca in Lakewood, home to a tasty club sandwich.
| Photo credit: Margo Sivin/EDFW

To conclude Club Sandwich Power Hour, we offer a map of ten Dallas restaurants serving up respectable versions of this time-honored creation. We've eschewed some of the city's fancier versions involving things like lobster in favor of the more approachable (and affordable) versions; though they may not all be exactly traditional, all will make a suitable lunch, dinner, or post-drinking snack.


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Cafe Brazil

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When a club sandwich craving hits at 2 a.m., your best bet is 24-hour staple Cafe Brazil, where the "American Club" has both turkey and ham and is served most unusually on a ciabatta bun.

Corner Market

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This beloved Greenville Avenue sandwich shop-slash-florist offers a popular variation on the club: the California Club with turkey, avocado and bacon.

Hillstone

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The club isn't on the menu at Houston's (err, Hillstone), but like so many other things (hello, chicken tenders), they'll probably make it for you if you ask nicely.

Kuby's Sausage House

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A German sausage haus is perhaps not where you'd expect to find a club sandwich, but there it is: smoked turkey, bacon, provolone cheese, lettuce and tomato stacked on (gasp) 9 grain bread. Is wheat bread a sacrilege for a club?

The Loon

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Most folks know The Loon as the divey Uptown spot to get absolutely hammered for cheap, but they've also got some surprisingly good food, including a classic-style club sandwich.

The Mecca

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If you can tear yourself away from the big-as-your-head cinnamon roll, the classic club sandwich with house-roasted turkey at The Mecca makes a damn fine lunch.

Off-Site Kitchen

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The Ranch House Club at OSK is a bargain-priced thing of beauty: tavern ham, smoked turkey, bacon, Swiss, American, and a generous smear of their house ranch (which we could frankly consume by the gallon).

Original Market Diner

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Original Market Diner serves up a perfectly respectable version of the classic club, but the best part might be the freshly fried potato chips that come on the side.

St. Pete's Dancing Marlin

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If you're a fan of day drinking you might already be familiar with St. Pete's, and their club sandwich with turkey, ham and two types of cheese on buttery marble rye bread is an excellent way to pad your stomach against all those beers.

Zodiac Room

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Get your club on at this ladies-who-lunch spot at Neiman Marcus downtown. While the chicken club isn't exactly traditional (it's warm and served on ciabatta), it is definitely delicious.

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Cafe Brazil

When a club sandwich craving hits at 2 a.m., your best bet is 24-hour staple Cafe Brazil, where the "American Club" has both turkey and ham and is served most unusually on a ciabatta bun.

Corner Market

This beloved Greenville Avenue sandwich shop-slash-florist offers a popular variation on the club: the California Club with turkey, avocado and bacon.

Hillstone

The club isn't on the menu at Houston's (err, Hillstone), but like so many other things (hello, chicken tenders), they'll probably make it for you if you ask nicely.

Kuby's Sausage House

A German sausage haus is perhaps not where you'd expect to find a club sandwich, but there it is: smoked turkey, bacon, provolone cheese, lettuce and tomato stacked on (gasp) 9 grain bread. Is wheat bread a sacrilege for a club?

The Loon

Most folks know The Loon as the divey Uptown spot to get absolutely hammered for cheap, but they've also got some surprisingly good food, including a classic-style club sandwich.

The Mecca

If you can tear yourself away from the big-as-your-head cinnamon roll, the classic club sandwich with house-roasted turkey at The Mecca makes a damn fine lunch.

Off-Site Kitchen

The Ranch House Club at OSK is a bargain-priced thing of beauty: tavern ham, smoked turkey, bacon, Swiss, American, and a generous smear of their house ranch (which we could frankly consume by the gallon).

Original Market Diner

Original Market Diner serves up a perfectly respectable version of the classic club, but the best part might be the freshly fried potato chips that come on the side.

St. Pete's Dancing Marlin

If you're a fan of day drinking you might already be familiar with St. Pete's, and their club sandwich with turkey, ham and two types of cheese on buttery marble rye bread is an excellent way to pad your stomach against all those beers.

Zodiac Room

Get your club on at this ladies-who-lunch spot at Neiman Marcus downtown. While the chicken club isn't exactly traditional (it's warm and served on ciabatta), it is definitely delicious.

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