How to celebrate National Sandwich Day in Las Vegas

Can you imagine life without sandwiches? We can't. Sandwiches have been around for a long time. 

John Montagu, the 4th earl of Sandwich, is credited with creating the sandwich. As the story goes, Montagu (13 November 1718-30 April 1792) loved to play cards. When he was playing and he was hungry, he would order his meat to be delivered to him between two slices of bread so that he would not get his fingers greasy. Other people began doing the same and that is how the sandwich was borne.

So, if you love sandwiches, we encourage you to celebrate today by eating one. Here is a list of great sandwiches around the Las Vegas valley: 

Tom's Urban has several great sandwiches on its Food Truck Sandwiches menu. Customer favorites include the BLT Lobster Rol with 100 % cracked lobster ($26); Austin Blues Pulled Pork BBQ with mustard slaw and fresh Granny Smith apples ($15); and Prime Rib Philly Cheesesteak Dip with Havarti cheese ($23). All sandwiches are served with choice of garlic fries, sweet potato fries, rosemary tots or a kale romaine side salad.

Capriotti's is celebrating National Sandwich Day by offering guests free upgrades from small to medium size sandwiches at participating locations. However, guests must do so through the CAPAddicts Rewards App the day prior to the holiday.  

The 305 Cuban Sandwich at LuLu's Bread & Breakfast is made with house-roasted pork, Cure81 premium ham, mustard and pickle on a toasted house ciabatta.Get it with Cuban coffee for $9.95.

Park on Fremont has introduced a breakfast menu and a breakfast sandwich. The bacon, egg & cheese sandwich is made with Applewood smoked bacon, cage-free over-medium eggs and cheddar cheese. It's topped with chipotle aioli and spicy ketchup on a warm brioche bun. Priced at $8.

The Crispy Chicken Sandwich at Public School 702  features shaved Brussel sprouts and kale slaw, tomato, sweet carrot habanero aioli, pickles, mustard BBQ and a brioche bun.

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CRAFTkitchen's Cuban sandwich is made with slow-roasted pork, Niman Ranch ham, Swiss cheese, CK pickles, dijonnaise and a Cuban roll. Served with fried plantains and garlic aioli.

Head to RM Seafood for their famous Catfish Sloppy Joe ($18). It's made with bread and butter pickles and house-made chips. It's Oprah's favorite sandwich!

The Big O' Crispy Hand Hammered Pork Tenderloin Sandwich is a hit with customers at Hash House A Go Go. The sandwich is as big as a plate and it is served with onions, dill pickles and ketchup. Get crispy French fries or a side salad with creamy cucumber dressing to go with it.

Daily Kitchen has several yummy sandwiches. They include their turkey salad sandwich ($9) with pea creme fraiche,  shredded carrots, celery, diced red onions, green peas topped with Bibb lettuce and tomato on marbled rye; the B.L.A.T.T. ($10) made with turkey, candied jalapeño bacon, chili aioli, lettuce, avocado, tomato on marbled rye;  Banh Mi ($11), choice of chicken or tri-tip; pickled daikon and carrots, cucumbers, cilantro, jalapeño, Napa cabbage on a steak roll; or Pesto & Balsamic Sandwich ($10), choice of chicken or tri-tip, marinated red peppers, fresh mozzarella, arugula, herb pesto, and balsamic vinaigrette on a ciabatta roll.

Remedy's Tavern and Distill recently introduced the Cranberry Turkey Melt for the fall. It is made with roasted turkey, cranberry aioli, candied pecans, herb cream cheese, lettuce, tomato and red onion. Served on a grilled, thick cut of wheat bread.

The Shaved Prime Rib Dip at Culinary Dropout is made with thinly-sliced prime rib, melted Fontina cheese and mayo. Served on a house-made hoagie roll. Au jus on the side.

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