525 NE 24th Ave., 477-8682, tailsandtrotters.com. Lunch Monday-Saturday.

Tails & Trotters is best known as a butcher shop, but it serves up an array of sandwiches characterized by loving attention to its trademark pork. The baseline pulled pork is loosely Eastern-style (although there are special rotating versions), with peppery vinegar sauce and a housemade garlic aioli (which, in North Carolina, they might call mayonnaise), and some seriously tender and sweet hazelnut-fed pork. The bun is a fresh bakery roll, not a big, soft piece of white-bread hamburger bun, but OK. You make yourself willing to accept high quality. There's also a Reuben made with porkstrami that's more tender than beef knows how to be.