This is a don't miss. Friends and relatives always remember when I take them here. Food is fresh and delicious.
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An old building, recast as a botique sandwich shop. Full indoor play area for the kids, stocked with toys. Bathrom is clean, but up 2 flights of stairs. Put in your order, it gets prepared, and they give you a holler. Be nice and take...More
The food is good and healthy and the atmosphere is quaint, in fact the only thing that made me lower the rating to average was how unhelpful the staff was. For example, there is a menu that lists all of the sandwiches that are available,...More
The freshest, most natural products go into the sandwiches and salads at this charming old place. You never see sprouts on sandwiches any more, but this place serves a lot of them. I'm fairly sure the meatloaf in my sandwich was homemade, and my friend's...More
This is hands down the best sandwich place in Tacoma. They load a bunch of sprouts on, which is hard to find a place that even has sprouts, the bread is always soft and fresh. Everything they make is amazing, never disappointing. I have been...More
Antique Sandwich is a one of a kind cafe. Besides offering food, they have a stage for local entertainers. March 24 they will be hosting World Storytelling Night. It's free to the public,
This is a funky restaurant that's been around for a long time. I highly recommend their corned beef sandwich on dark rye with everything on it. It's probably my favorite sandwich anywhere. With it comes a small salad (their tahini dressing is another favorite). If...More
Love the A.S.C.! The unique ambience and delicious food are unmatched. After a walk around Pt Defiance Park, we stopped in for lunch...my dining partner said that the turkey sandwich on gluten-free bread was the best sandwich because of the moist turkey! I tried the...More
The Antique is not just a place to eat-it's an experience. Opened in 1973, folks have been serving wholesome homemade breads, soups, pies etc since. Even wholewheat cinnamon rolls to tempt you after a vigorous run or walk in neighboring Pt. Defiance Park. Eclectic decor...More
The food is good here and interesting. Order at the counter and you pick it up when it's ready. Furniture is a hodge podge of old odds and ends of dining furniture making an interesting atmosphere.