Where to find the best sandwiches in Isabella County.
Let your cravings take the wheel and our blog be your guide on this juicy road-trip of local sandwiches! Bring your appetite and some utensils because this might get messy.
Checklist: Appetite, both hands (can substitute knife and fork), wet wipes, and friends or family!
This is the place for sandwiches; offering more than 80 creative combinations of meats, cheeses, veggies and more! If you didn’t know, now you do – Max & Emily’s serves up delicious and uniquely crafted sandwiches all day long. Here are our recommendations:
#63 Fiery Turkinator: Smoked turkey, Applewood smoked bacon, Smoke Gouda, spicy basil mayo, lettuce, tomato, grilled on Ciabatta Flat Bread. This may be #63 but it’s grabbed the #1 fan favorite spot.
#13 The Black Bean Fiesta (Vegetarian): Vegetarian Black Bean patty, Smoke Gouda and Cheddar Cheese, BBQ Sauce, spicy basil mayo, sauteed green pepper and red onion, salsa, grilled in a tomato basil tortilla.
All sandwiches are served with a pickle spear and a choice of chips or soup. If you can handle it, get the soup; you won’t regret it.
If you’re looking for Michigan-made products, Mitchell’s Gourmet Deli & Market has the perfect arrangement of treats, meats and sweets. But when it comes to the main course, Mitchell’s sandwich menu will fulfill your flavorful needs:
#4 Surfer Boy: Smoked turkey, bacon, avocado, spinach, ranch cream cheese spread on Brioche bun.
#8 The Architect: Classic club with a twist – Ham, turkey, bacon, Muenster, lettuce, tomato and pesto mayo on Ciabatta bun.
If you enjoy coffee and The Office, you’re going to love this hot spot in Mt. Pleasant – two hot spots, “technically” as there are TWO locations with varying hours in both Downtown Mt. Pleasant and near CMU’s campus. Here’s what we suggest when it comes to sammies:
The Robert California: Pan roasted turkey, avocado mash (a lot), Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, served cold or grilled on multi-grain bread.
The Flenderson: Grilled Cheddar and Swiss cheese, served on multi-grain bread. Who doesn’t love a grilled cheese, am I right?
This one-of-a-kind diner offers farm fresh ingredients, generous portions and a great atmosphere. Fun fact: Staff washes dishes in the bank vault! Check out owner Megan Bair’s recommendations:
Reuben: Grilled Corned beef, housemade kraut, Swiss cheese, thousand island dressing on Rye bread.
Dewey Dog: Andouille sausage, garlic mayo, grilled green pepper, onion and celery wrapped in flat bread. Wow…
Not only is this new, American-BBQ restaurant serving up smoke-tacular dishes, it is only home to Mountain Brewing Company’s microbrewery; offering more than 15, handcrafted brews on tap, each day. Check out our top sammy picks:
The Smokin’ J: Smoked brisket piled high with bacon and fried onion straws on an onion bun, slathered with Summit’s smoky cheese sauce. WARNING! You’ll need a fork, knife and bib for this monster of a sandwich.
The Mt. Pleasant: A mound of pulled pork, topped with Applewood smoked bacon and coleslaw, stuffed into an onion bun. Represent! #MeetMtP
Chug-a-chug-a CHEW-CHEW! Alert your stomach, because you’re about to depart on a rumbling ride, featuring new menu items at Mountain Town Station:
Smothered Steak Sandwich: Shaved prime rib grilled with onions, peppers, marinara sauce and melted mozzarella, all served on a hoagie.
Millennial Yardbird: A grilled chicken breast topped with Monterrey jack cheese, bacon, fresh smashed avocado and a balsamic mayo, stuffed into a Ciabatta bun and grilled on a panini press.
We hope you enjoyed this list of some of the best sandwiches in the Mt. Pleasant area. Share your dining experiences with us, using #MeetMtP.
Featured photo by Ponder Coffee Company.