Best sandwiches in Greenville, SC

The Pezzo Di Paradiso | Image via Society GVL

Last week, we asked where you go for the most splendid sandwiches + in honor of National Sandwich Month, we’re highlighting 15+ you shouted out — plus a bonus sandwich released this week.

Swamp Rabbit Cafe, 205 Cedar Lane Rd.
Starting with a Greenville staple — the Pesto Turkey Sandwich on Stecca is a classic, but if you’re looking for a dessert sandwich — check out the mint chocolate chip brownie gelato ice cream sandwich. Readers also recommended the Veggie Slaw and Hummus sandwich for a plant-based lunch. 

Home Team BBQ, 815 Laurens Rd.
The Hot Ham + Cheese is an Instagram show stopper, featuring house cured pork shoulder, swiss cheese, bread and butter pickles, Duke’s, and beer mustard, all on a Kings Hawaiian roll.

Jersey Brothers Bagels, 1340 N. Pleasantburg Dr.
Check out the Taylor Ham breakfast sandwich (also called Pork Roll), a New Jersey staple. 

Moe’s Original BBQ, 109 W. Stone Ave., Ste. B.
Readers recommend the Thanksgiving Day sandwich, featuring smoked sliced turkey topped with cornbread dressing, cranberry sauce, and white sauce. ProTip: In true Thanksgiving fashion, this bad boy is only served on Thursdays.

Sully’s Steamers, 6 E. Washington St.
Try the Nacho Maximus — topped with turkey, cheddar cheese, lettuce, parmesan peppercorn, honey mustard, and nacho cheese Doritos.

Stax Omega Diner, 72 Orchard Park Dr.
Reader Del T. recommends the Ruben — saying it’s been their favorite for 20+ years.

Duke’s Sandwich Shop, 1001 Poinsett Hwy
Readers recommend the Grilled Pimento Cheese Sandwich with bacon and mayo + the Toasted Deviled Egg Sandwich.

The Bohemian Cafe, 2b West Stone Ave.
The Homemade Jalapeño Pimento Cheese Sandwich is made with Vermont white cheddar, roasted pimentos and jalapeños, and topped with applewood-smoked bacon and sliced tomato – then grilled on your choice of bread.

Midtown Deli, 1022-b Woodruff Rd.
Readers recommend The Palmetto — featuring smoked turkey, avocado, bacon, Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato and basil mayo on your choice of bread.

Two Chefs, 8590 Pelham Rd.
Reader Naomi M. recommends trying The Grinder, which features salami, turkey, ham, provolone, greens, tomato, pepperoncinis, and Lusty Monk Mustard Basil Vinaigrette.

Woodside Bistro, 1 E Main St. Unit 5
Several readers let us know that the Short Rib French Dip is their Greenville go-to.

The Cook’s Station, 515 Buncombe St.
Reader Frank C. recommends the Vegan Bahn Mi Sandwich — which features wild mushroom pate, fried eggplant, Kimchi salad, and herbs on a Cuban roll.

Bacon Bros. Public House, 3620 Pelham Rd.
Reader William B. says, “The P.E.T. (pork belly pastrami, egg, tomato) sandwich at Bacon Bros. might be the best sandwich I’ve ever had.

Methodical Coffee, 147 Welborn St. b3
Check out their breakfast sandwich — sausage, egg, and cheese on a  brioche bun.

Bonus sammie: Society GVL released a new sandwich this week — the Pezzo Di Paradiso. The sandwich is topped with house-cut pepperoni, genoa salami, crispy prosciutto, arugula, banana peppers, ricotta spread, shaved parmesan, and sambal mayo.

Now we want to know — Florida has the Cuban + New York is known for their pastrami sammies what is Greenville’s signature sandwich? Lettuce know.