Awesome Sandwiches at East Hampton Sandwich Co. in Dallas

What makes a good sandwich? First and foremost, it starts with great bread. Add stellar house-roasted meats and sauces made from scratch and you’ve got East Hampton Sandwich Co.
By Joy Zhang

Located in Snider Plaza between Lovers and Hillcrest, East Hampton is packed with style and flavor. The light, airy interior is bold and modern with its soft grey and yellow color scheme.  Feel free to sit at the bar, a booth or table and enjoy local beers, wines, and for non alcoholics they have great drinks like San Pellegrino Blood Orange Soda!

Fan favorites include their Turkey Bacon Avocado which is made from house-roasted turkey breast, thick slices of peppery bacon and a generous slather of mashed avocado served on a toasty, chewy ciabatta bun with a generous helping of freshly made chips.

Their lobster roll is also a winner — served on a brioche-like bun and filled to the brim with lobster and finished with arugula and micro-greens with a tasty butter drizzle. It’s pure heaven with every mouthful.

East Hampton Sandwich Co. also has kid friendly options like their Marshmallow Peanut Butter Fluff sandwich, which can be adult friendly too and healthier options like their golden pear and pancetta salad served on a bed of spring mix with basil, bleu cheese crumble tossed with a champagne vinaigrette.

East Hampton Sandwich Co.
6912 Snider Plaza, Dallas, TX 75205
from 11-9 Monday-Saturday and 11-3 Sunday.

Joy Zhang

A 25 year-old free-lance photographer, home-chef and writer from Dallas, Texas, Joy finds inspiration for her photography and recipes through music, art and nature. Her work has been featured on Elle Girl Korea and Gourmet Live. Join her culinary adventures through her kitchen and discover fresh, simple and delicious recipes.

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  1. LOL. brings back memories from when I used to live in Amagansett Long Island, The East Hampton Lobster Roll was a basically a small shack on the Napeague strip along Montauk highway across from the smallish beach motels. It was always crowded on weekends so I used to go during the week and sit and gobble down their lobster rolls Now I live in Tucson Arizona and the Lobster Roll has opened in Dallas. But it still makes my mouth water to think about those days, sitting near the beach and sand dunes.

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