Best Sandwich Shop In Indianapolis

#1 Penn Station East Coast Subs
Penn Station has developed a unique product line that demonstrates, in full customer view, the true quality of our products. Our menu now features an array of mouth watering Grilled East Coast Style submarine sandwiches, fresh-cut fries and hand-squeezed lemonade. All sandwiches are prepared fresh in full view of the customer using delicious hearth-baked bread, USDA steak and the finest meats, cheeses and vegetables. The potatoes are hand selected, fresh-cut and flash-fried in cholesterol-free peanut oil. The lemonade is made from scratch every day using hand-squeezed lemons. Website. 

#2 Shapiro's Delicatessen
Named one of the Top 10 Delis in America by and USA Today, Shapiro’s Kosher-style Delicatessen has been serving the Indianapolis community for almost 110 years. Created from five generations of recipes steeped in tradition, Shapiro’s delicious food is made from the highest quality and freshest, local ingredients available. Website.

#3 Goose the Market
Our market is built around the love of phenomenal food, the people who passionately produce it, and the rest of us who can’t wait to get our hands on it. Once upon a time, there was a beautiful pork chop. Well, that’s not exactly what we mean. At the Goose, we believe REAL MEAT HAS A TALE and it’s a story we’re proud to tell: Website.

#4 The Fig Tree Cafe
The Fig Tree Café & Bakery offers an ever-changing array of natural food, exceptional flavor, and affordability. It brings a unique casual and cozy atmosphere, with a wink at old-fashioned ice cream shops, to The Square in Lebanon, Indiana. The Fig Tree serves tasty homemade soups, distinctively flavored sandwiches, gourmet coffee, all natural Italian gelato, and tempting baked goods. The Fig Tree strives to accomodate to different dietary needs, so all our soups are gluten-free, sandwiches can be made gluten-free and we always serve some gluten free baked goods. Website. 

#5 Ripple Bagel & Deli
Offering up Indiana’s only STEAMED bagel sandwich. This unique preparation method creates a sandwich so warm and moist it melts in your mouth. In additon to our mouth watering sandwiches we also offer homemade soups and salads, Chicago dogs, desert treats as well as the best Biscuits & Gravy around. Website

#6 Hoagies and Hops
Hoagies and Hops will be serving up traditional PA style Hoagies in Flat 12 Bierwerks. 9″&18″ Hoagies built with S. Jersey Bread. Philly & PA Dutch Meats, Snacks and Salads. Website.

# 7 Subito
Subito is a takeaway restaurant located in the heart of downtown Indy. Scratch made soups, bread baked in-house, unique sandwiches, fresh salads. Website. 

#8 Greiner's SubShop
Greiner’s – Indy’s oldest sub shop and deli. We now feature the Indiana famous MacGenie Mac&CHEESE. Find us at our shop or on one of our 3 food trucks! Website 

#9 Jersey Mike's Subs
New Jersey-based counter-serve sandwich chain serving jumbo subs filled with cold cuts & toppings. Website 

#10 Pogue's Run Grocer
The mission of Indy Food Cooperative, Inc. is to serve urban Indianapolis with a full-service natural products grocery store featuring affordable, fresh, healthy foods and locally produced goods. Our responsibility is to serve as an environmentally and socially conscious organization and we will impact our community by providing access to affordable healthy foods, operating under cooperative principles, supporting the local economy and food network, and minimizing our ecological footprint. The Indy Food Co-op is a member-owned organization operating under cooperative principles. We are managed by a Board of Directors and General Manager on behalf of our member households for the benefit of the community. Members have voting rights on high level business decisions, such as expansion projects and electing representation to the board of directors. The board is comprised exclusively of volunteer members who receive no compensation. Pogue’s Run Grocer is named for the waterway that flows from Arlington Avenue and East 34th Street, southwest to the I-65/I-70 overpass near Michigan Street and then underground downtown to the White River. Native Americans and wildlife followed this corridor long before the arrival of pioneer settlers. George Pogue was a blacksmith and one of those pioneers who settled on a hill overlooking the stream in 1819. Website

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