‘wichcraft Updates Their Seasonal Sandwiches Menu

It’s no secret that I really appreciate ‘wichcraft and their seasonal sandwiches. I ate my way through the entire summer menu a few months ago, and now the sandwich chain has launched their new seasonal specials. ┬áThe new frittata is still $6.88 and includes leeks, caramelized onions, roasted tomatoes and aged cheddar on ciabatta. Also on ciabatta is the whole roasted chicken sandwich ($9.64) with red chilies cabbage slaw and crema. They’re also serving up slow roasted pork ($9.87), which is pork shoulder with pepper relish and fontina on grilled country bread. The red wine braised brisket sandwich will also run you $9.87 and comes with mushrooms, red peppers, onions and gruyere on ciabatta. Lastly, they’re offering a roasted pumpkin sandwich on grilled country bread with hazelnut brown butter, sage and mozzerella. As a huge winter veggie fan, especially pumpkin, that last sandwich sounded right up my alley!


The roasted pumpkin sandwich sounds pricey at $7.35, but ‘wichcraft enthusiasts know that it is actually on the lower end for these sammies. Because it is on grilled country bread (as opposed to ciabatta), it isn’t their most substantial option, but the mix of flavors and seasonal ingredients made it a heartier meal than it sounds on paper.

This baby is filled with pumpkin goodness. I can’t say I tasted the brown butter, but I could definitely taste the sweetness of the pumpkin, and the sage really complimented the winter veg. Gooey mozzarella held everything together. I would definitely return for the roasted pumpkin sammie, but before I do, I have my eye on that braised brisket …

‘wichcraft, multiple locations

6 Comments

  • Their sandwiches always sound wonderful, but ultimately they are just too overpriced for what you get. That pumpkin sandwich is about 80 cents worth of ingredients, and at $7.35, it looks like it would leave me hungry.

  • i love how i just read this post while scarfing down a torta cubana from Tacos y Quesadillas. For those unaware, for $8, you get: chorizo, roasted pork, ham, lettuce, tomato, guac, jalepenos, cheese, beans, all topped off with a fried egg- all that on a roll.

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    sure everything is under $10 but that means you have to spend $20 to be full

  • Overprice. Period.

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