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Where Am I Eating?

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I grab lunch from this downtown sandwich shop/bakery at least once a week. If I wasn't so easily embarrassed by my love of their sandwiches, it would be more like every day. The sandwiches are simple but the bread, especially the ciabatta, is the best in town.Throw in an iced tea, the little bag of bread chips (that we are also fond of) and an irresistible snickerdoodle cookie -- and we're set for the rest of the day Technically, I was eating at my desk, but do you know where this delicious turkey sandwich came from? 

Where Am I Eating?

Email us the correct answer at whereamieating@newtimes.com  Since we have been getting a lot of responses, we've decided to switch it up a bit. From now on, we'll randomly pick a winner from all of the correct guess and send them a prize. This week's prize -- a  $25 gift certificate to Coach & Willie's. 

Last week, we ditched our comfort zone for bloody marys on the patio of RnR.  They sure can make a great drink, too bad we couldn't say the same for the food.  Congrats to Nicole Lazorwits for being the first person with the correct guess. 

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