No matter how you build it, slice it, and bite it, we love a sandwich. The perfect, go-to food staple for any time, day or night, Greenville has some sandwich joints wheat just can’t get enough of.
We are grilled to share a list jam-packed with our five of our favorite GVL sandwiches for August, aka National Sandwich Month.
🥪 Harry’s Hoagies | 1700-A East North St.
The Godfather | Holy capicola this hoagie is good — stuffed with prosciutto, sweet capicola, spicy soppressata, finocchiona, roasted red peppers, aged provolone + long hots (italian peppers).
DYK: This new Overbrook spot imports its hoagie rolls from Liscio’s Italian Bakery in New Jersey — the same bread served at famous cheesesteak and hoagie joints in Philly, like Geno’s Steaks.
🥪 Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery | 205 Cedar Lane Rd.
Turkey Pesto Sandwich | Served on its famous stecca bread, this fan-favorite sandwich features turkey, jack cheese, pesto (contains nuts), lettuce + tomato.
🥪 SOCIETY Sandwich Bar & Social Club | 18 E. Coffee St.
The Deep-Fried PB&J | It’s peanut butter jelly time with this nostalgic sweet treat featuring peanut butter + house-made berry jam, tucked inside a puff pastry and fried.
🥪 Sully’s Steamers | Multiple locations
The Cousin Eddie | You won’t find this sandwich — stacked with turkey, bacon, provolone and pepper jack cheeses, BBQ and parmesan peppercorn sauces, lettuce + half a bag of BBQ chips — on Sully’s regular menu, but you can order it from the secret Legacy Menu and try this over-the-top steamer anytime.
🥪 Duke Sandwich Company | 1001 Poinsett Hwy.
Deluxe Grilled Pimento with Bacon | A Southern take on a grilled cheese sandwich featuring Duke’s premium pimento cheese, bacon + tomato jam — a classic sandwich is even better from a classic spot.
Did your favorite sammie make the list? Lettuce know what else we have to try.