5 best Portland sandwiches available for pick-up or delivery

Mar 25 2020, 5:59 pm

It’s a tough time. We’re sandwiched between a hard situation and a desire to enjoy our wondrous city. However, that doesn’t have to stop us from enjoying some of this town’s best sandwiches.

With rolling closures and tightening restrictions, some Portland eateries have had to close completely. Others have shut the doors to their seating areas, offering food services only in a delivery or pick-up capacity.

Looking at the list, there are still plenty of options for great local eats for us to ease our hunger in this strange time.

Here are the five best Portland made sandwiches that you can pick up or get delivered, because what’s better than food you can get on the go? How about food you can eat on the go!

Fried Egg I’m in Love


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Pun aside, Fried Egg I’m in Love is a quintessential Portland eatery offering up some of the best egg-based meals in the entire city. Notably, their menu of sandwiches include rockstars like the Yolko Ono, Free-Range Against the Machine, and Smells Like Protein Spirit.

Address: 3549 SE Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland
Phone: 503-610-3347

Food Cart 1 Address: 780 SW Broadway, Portland
Phone: 503-704-3358

Food Cart 1 Address: 4237 N Mississippi Avenue, Portland
Phone: 503-869-5915

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Laurelhurst Market


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Butcher and meat extraordinaire, Laurelhurst Market is continuing its incredible food services even in the wake of the closing of its dining areas. Sandwiches of all kinds (and a build-your-own option) are all still going strong and are available for both pick-up and delivery.

Address: 3155 E Burnside, Portland
Phone: 503-954-3235

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Devil’s Dill


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From sandwiches that include Salami, Mortadella, and provolone, to curated concoctions with red-wine-braised beef, grilled onions, and more, Devil’s Dill is a standard that Portlandians just can’t do without. Notably, the Devil’s Dill lineup includes one of the best buns in all of Portland courtesy of Flour-de-Lis Bakery.

Address:  1711 SE Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland
Phone: 503-236-8067

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Sammich / Pastrami Zombie


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Chicago-inspired combinations of bread, cheese, and meat, will warm your heart and fill your belly thanks to this dynamic spot company in Portland. Whether it’s the Pastrami Zombie food truck (temporarily on hold) or the Sammich shop, there is a delicious bite to be had. Pick-up and delivery options available.

Address:  2137 Burnside Street, Portland
Phone: 503-477-4393

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Tokyo Sando


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Travel abroad to Japan — in your mouth — all from the comfort of your own couch, while simultaneously abiding by the Center for Disease Control’s isolation guidelines. Tokyo Sando is a staple in PDX, and they’ve remained in operation (with safety stipulations) during this crisis.

Address:  1927 SW 4th Avenue, Portland
Phone: 971-254-3744

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