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March 7th, 2011 JONATHAN FROCHTZWAJG | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2011: Kenny & Zuke's SandwichWorks

That Kenny and Zuke—what a couple of mensches! First, Ken Gordon and Nick Zukin brought Jewish deli fare to Portland with their eponymous downtown restaurant. Then, a couple of years back, they opened this sandwich-centric outfit in Northwest for our noshing pleasure. For strict carnivores, the Italian grinder ($5.50 half, $8.75 whole) is a tasty choice. It comes with four Italian meats—you’ve got your salami, your soppressata, your hot coppa and your mortadella—all on a hoagie soaked in oil and vinegar. Of SandwichWorks’ too-few vegetarian choices, the ratatouille sandwich ($4.50 half, $7.50 whole) is the way to go. The stewed-veggie filling is spot-on, and it spills luxuriantly from a fresh, aioli-spread hoagie. During happy hour (3-6 pm Monday-Friday), a half-sandwich and a cup of soup is just $6, and pints of local, seasonal beer are only $2.50. L’chaim!

 
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