Nov. 27, 2014


Advertising in the Santa Fe Guides

For rates and more information about advertising in the Santa Fe Reporter's Special Issues and Locals' Guides to Santa Fe , please call our advertising department at 505-988-5541 or send an email to advertising@sfreporter.com


This Week's SFR Picks

Newsletters

Choose your newsletter(s):
* indicates required

SFR Events

Special Issues

 

 
Home / Articles / Santa Fe Guides / Best of Santa Fe /  Best Sandwiches 2008
Mucho-Gourmet-final-JoG-l

Best Sandwiches 2008

Extra Mayo Please

July 24, 2008, 12:00 am
1 Mucho Gourmet Sandwich Shoppe
1711-G Llano St.
505-473-7703

When you call Mucho, you’d better take orders for the whole office, because Santa Fe’s favorite sandwich shop delivers and there’s something on this menu to please everyone—from the mail room to the boardroom. For the guy in the blue suit and the red tie, there’s the conservative Turkey and Ham Ranchero (no crazy herb mayo, no red hot chile); for the “free-spirited” receptionist, there’s the Avocado Prima (with plenty of sprouts and absolutely no meat). Sure, most lunch joints in Santa Fe serve sandwiches, but few cover the bases—from melts and grinders to clubs and subs—as well as Mucho. You’ll never be disappointed by some wacko combination that someone thought up on the fly: These sandwiches are time-tested and yummalicious.

2 Counter Culture Café
930 Baca St.
505-995-1105


3 Carlos’ Gospel Café
Design Center
418 Cerrillos Road
505-983-1841

 

comments powered by Disqus
 
Close
Close
Close