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Taylor Gourmet

Taylor Gourmet Review

When is a sandwich more than just meat and cheese on bread? When it's crafted with the attention to detail and fine ingredients that have become the hallmark of this Philadelphia-inspired instant classic. Taylor's substitution-friendly staff piles fresh roasted turkey, ham, chicken cutlets, and cold cuts beneath emerald arugula, juicy roasted red peppers, and waves of provolone so finely aged it snaps on the palate. If the Vine Street Expressway (chicken, prosciutto, pesto) or the Callowhill (spicy house-made meatballs in marinara sauce) don't grab you, the delicate pasta salads or eye-popping egg sandwiches—available during breakfast and late-night hours—will make you a believer. Other locations can be found on H Street NE and K Street NW, in the bottom of the massive CityVista complex, with two more expected to open in the Dupont Circle area at this writing.

Updated: 06-05-2013

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