Seattle's 48 Best Sandwiches: Only In Seattle

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Posted December 16, 2010

Grilled Cheese With Dungeness Crab
Beecher’s Handmade Cheese
Pike Place Market
It’s grilled cheese taken to a whole new level: Sweet Dungeness crab and Beecher’s Flagship cheese are pressed into chewy, rustic artisan bread, griddled, and served hot and crunchy ($9.95).
Crab And Shrimp Melt
Elliott’s Oyster House
If you’re the type to hover over the hot crab dip at parties, then the crab melt at Elliott’s ($15) is for you. Crab, shrimp and artichoke hearts are slathered in mayo and spread over a giant slice of focaccia, then topped with Jack cheese and broiled. Yum.
Oyster Po’Boy

Roy’s BBQ
Columbia City
Surprise, surprise: The best sandwich at Roy’s isn’t the famed pulled pork, it’s the jaw-dropping, smoked-oyster po’boy ($8.25), made with tender, house-smoked Taylor Shellfish Farms oysters and house-made slaw with aioli.

Crab Cake, Bacon + Avocado

Homegrown Sustainable Sandwich Shop
Fremont, capitol hill
This spectacular sandwich ($9.95) features the smoky-salty crunch of thick-cut Zoe’s bacon, a golden, griddled Dungeness crab cake, a sweet smear of hazelnut romesco and chimichurri.

Originally publishd in August 2010