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The 5 Best Subs and Sandwiches in The Hamptons

Rachel Feinblatt | January 8, 2021 | Food & Drink


Sometimes, the best meals are found between two slices of bread. From heroes to hoagies, these local eateries know how to make a mean 'wich. Check out our top five deli picks that craft the best club.

Mary's Marvelous


107 Newtown Ln, East Hampton / Website

Mary’s Marvelous really lives up to its name. Since 2002, the shop has been a top competitor in the game out East. The 4277 Spiced Chicken Breast with bacon, avocado and chipotle mayo is a mouthwatering fan favorite. The hot and cold sandwich selection, made to the customer’s taste in both large and mini sizes, makes Mary's a marvelous lunch staple.

L&W Market

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2493 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton / Website

You can’t go wrong with L&W, and you can always get a good meal at the older sister restaurant, Almond. Good food genes run in the family. The famous sub makes for the perfect lunch bite, sourced from local farms to craft the ultimate stack. Top pick includes sliced turkey smoked in the building, Mecox Bay Dairy’s brie style Atlantic Mist Cheese, the Milk Pail’s famous Gala Apples, and Dijonaise Sauce on a Blue Duck Bakery Baguette.



84 Wainscott NW Rd, Wainscott / Website

With a name like Breadzilla, this place must have the perfect baked goods. Their hippy dippy, with the perfect blend of cheddar, avocado, tomato, carrots, alfalfa sprouts and mustard mayo, will satisfy your cravings. Then, try the blackened salmon with avocado, arugula and their house-made lemon vinaigrette. Clearly, it's not just the bread that stands out.

Espresso Da Asporto

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2 Main Street, Sag Harbor / Website

Calling all focaccia lovers. Espresso Da Asporto has the best Italian-inspired sandwiches around. The focaccia is truly unbeatable; its thickness and texture goes with any meat and cheese of your choosing. Espresso Da Asporto is also known for its famous house-made dressing, which complements any of the awesome eats. We love the convenient location for a grab-and-go ‘wich at breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Carrisa's The Bakery

221 Pantigo Road, East Hampton / Website

The bread expertise here is no joke. Since 2011, this local favorite has been shaking and baking in the kitchen to produce the flakiest sourdough and baguettes in the area. Sandwich fans know to come to this bakery for lunch, a picnic treat, or any of your sandwich needs. The famous pickle bread is definitely worth a try, and since the menu is available for domestic shipping, you have no excuse to go Carissa-less.

Photography by: Michael Hansen, L&W Market, Mary's Marvelous