Mortadella

Exit 4 Food Hall, Mount Kisco


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One of the coolest places in Mount Kisco is the newly opened Exit 4 Food Hall. They've got lots of choices under one roof (Italian, seafood, sushi, barbecue, local craft beer, and more). One thing Exit 4 is not short on is sandwiches. Their mortadella on brick-oven-baked focaccia bread with arugula, Brie, and sweet-fig jam was my overall winner out of about 10 sandwiches sampled. Honorable mention to their deliciously greasy porchetta—on a short Italian hoagie—with sweet caramelized onions that, together, achieve balance.

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Balboa

Larchmont Tavern, Larchmont

The Julia Child

Got Thyme, New Rochelle

Pastrami And Corned Beef

Rye Ridge Delicatessen, Rye Brook & Stamford

Porchetta

Tarry Market, Port Chester

Cubano

Iron Vine, Peekskill

The Super Wacky

Heavy Bear Deli, Yorktown Heights

Crispy Calamari Sandwich

251 Lex, Mount Kisco

Parm Stars

Eggplant, meatball, and chicken. These three are the best Parm sandwiches in the area.

Curried Chicken Salad Sandwich

Bedford Gourmet, Bedford

Chicken Souvlaki

MP Taverna, Irvington

Pig's Head Doughnut

The Cookery, Dobbs Ferry

Pork-Sket

DInosaur BBQ, Stamford

Sides

Sandwiches always need a good side dish. Here are the best sides I had while writing this round-up.

Fresh Roasted Turkey

Melt Sandwich Company, White Plains

Sauces

Most sandwiches are spread with a good sauce. These were the top three during this eating adventure.

Grilled Sausage And Broccoli Rabe

Amore Italian Kitchen, Armonk (lunch menu only)

Mortadella

Exit 4 Food Hall, Mount Kisco

Texas Sandwich

Café Mirage, Port Chester

Tammy Special (Chicken Cutlet)

Royal Scarlet Deli, White Plains

Italian Combo

Cosmo & Alex Pisano Bros, Mamaroneck

140° Steak Sandwich

Village Social, Mount Kisco

Lobster Roll

Saltaire Oyster Bar, Port Chester

Panino

Porta Napoli, Harrison
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