Last year we found 10 Incredible Sandwiches in Springfield and asked our followers and friends on social media to share their favorites that didn't make the list. Here are 10 more popular (and unique) sandwiches in the Queen City that you have to try ASAP!
The Parisian (Ron Style) at Derby Deli in Springfield, Missouri.
The Ron Style version of this classic French sandwich includes stacks of fresh rosemary ham, Président butter and gruyere cheese on a rustic baguette. Derby Deli is tucked neatly inside the Brown Derby International Wine Center and has become a popular spot for fresh lunch and dinner options.
The Avocado Turkey at Dugout Bar & Grill in Springfield, Missouri.
The combination of house smoked turkey breast, avocado, chipotle mayo, swiss, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, lettuce, tomato and red onion have made this sandwich a big hit. Get it with their famous hand-cut fries and you’re in business.
Chipotle Fried Chicken at Fire & Ice Restaurant and Bar in Springfield, Missouri.
Belly up to Springfield’s only ice bar and order a cold one along with this deliciously spicy chicken sandwich. It includes a hand breaded chicken breast, pepper jack cheese, chipotle glaze, red leaf lettuce and tomato on a torta bun.
Pork Tenderloin at Jo's Gather'n Place in Springfield, Missouri.
Everybody loves a local dive bar and the friendly folks at Jo’s have a hit on their hands with their pork tenderloin sandwich. It’s no frills bar food that hits the spot. A perfectly seasoned and fried pork tenderloin served on a grilled bun with lettuce, tomato, onion and mayo. Add crinkle-cut fries for a buck.
Grilled Cheese at Lindberg's Tavern in Springfield, Missouri.
A visit to historic Lindberg’s Tavern on Springfield’s historic C-Street is a unique experience in and of itself. Then you try the food! The owners at Lindberg’s have crafted a menu that takes bar food to the next level and their grilled cheese is out of this world. Creamy muenster cheese and sweet onion jam served on sour dough bread with tomato soup for dipping. Enough said.
Egg Salad Sandwich at Nearly Famous Deli & Pasta House in Springfield, Missouri.
This sandwich has become nearly as famous as the restaurant itself, which has been serving Italian food and fresh deli items in Springfield since the late 1970s. Their homemade egg salad is tucked between two pieces of whole wheat bread and served with tomato soup or a salad for an additional charge. Plan accordingly as it’s only offered on Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays.
French Dip at Neighbor's Mill Bakery & Café in Springfield, Missouri.
This isn’t your traditional French Dip on French bread but Neighborhood’s Mill's version on their handcrafted bread has plenty of followers. Tender roast beef with pepper jack cheese is stacked on Crusty Asiago Cheese & Cracked Black Pepper bread. Served with au jus for dipping, chips and a pickle spear.
Philadelphia Cheesesteak at Penn Station East Coast Subs in Springfield, Missouri.
You don’t have to travel to the City of Brotherly Love to taste one of its most iconic sandwiches. Head over to Penn Station in Springfield and grab a Philadelphia Cheesesteak piled high with 100% U.S.D.A Choice Steak, provolone cheese and your choice of toppings.
BM1 at Pho Kim's in Springfield, Missouri.
When you think of Vietnamese food, a sandwich may not be the first thing that pops into your mind, but Vietnamese-style sandwiches are an exciting and unique alternative to the traditional sandwich. The BM1 is a French baguette with pate, roasted pork, Vietnamese ham, mayonnaise, daikon, pickled carrot, cucumber and cilantro.
Torta at Pancho's in Springfield, Missouri.
A Mexican sandwich (torta) is another unique take on the traditional sandwich and Pancho’s serves them up just right. Pick your protein and they’ll pile it on high between two buns along with guacamole, lettuce and tomatoes.