Maybe it’s a weekday bite out with your coworkers, or a quick weekend meal between errands—no matter your lunch plans, you can’t go wrong with a sandwich! There are plenty of ways to do them, and we’ve got the perfect lineup to show you that. Next time you’re heading somewhere for lunch, try any one of these great ‘wiches! Not a sandwich person? Try this fully-loaded salad bar instead!
1. Salad Bar
The newest brunch and lunch spot in town is officially open, Marge’s Diner! If you love Marge’s Bar or Boiler Room, you’ll love this! With a full-fledged salad bar, including a vast variety of fresh and colorful vegetables and fruit, noodle and side salads, a mix of toppings, an array of dressings, and complete with soup and cookies—change up your next brunch with this spot!
2. Crispy Clucker
In this delicious sandwich from Lucky’s 13 Pub, you’ll be in fried chicken heaven… or at least close! The Lucky’s 13 take on this classic crispy sandwich, the Crispy Clucker includes a deep-fried chicken base topped with chipotle mayo for the perfect bit of zing, along with lettuce, tomato and a burger bun to round out this meal.
Lucky’s 13 Pub
3. Jalapeño Turkey Crunch
Now we get it. Now we get why this is one of the local fan favorites at McAlister’s Deli. The Jalapeño Turkey Crunch sandwich is perfection in each bite, with smoked turkey, jalapeño chips, bacon, pepper jack cheese, avocado and mayo, all served on a jalapeño roll! Make sure you try their fully loaded spud max on the side. Plus, McAlister’s has an easy order online and drive-through pick-up option for on-the-go meals!
4. Pulled Pork Sandwich
This sandwich from Boulder Tap House in Moorhead will remind you of warm summer nights to come. The Pulled Pork Sandwich is a classic turned legendary at this local restaurant, and features pulled pork, BBQ sauce, fried onions, fried jalapeños and mayo inside a hoagie bun toasted to perfection!
The Boulder Tap House (Moorhead)
Food is undeniably a large part of culture, and the Sons of Norway Kringen Lodge doesn’t shy away from that fact. Pronounced “s’more – bred,” the Norwegian dish is defined as an open-face sandwich. Order it with roast beef, ham, chicken salad, egg salad, tuna salad, meatloaf or liverwurst—we tried the egg salad! Enjoy a side of jello, salad or fruit, and make sure to grab a piece of pie or a Norwegian cookie like the one pictured here!
Sons of Norway Kringle Lodge