Fried green tomato, applewood bacon, American cheese, lettuce, mayo, Crystal hot sauce, challah
Blackened pork loin, root beer ham, Benton's country ham, sliced pickle, jalapeño, cilantro, Swiss, house zesty mustard, sourdough
Sopressata, house root beer ham, mortadella, provolone, Swiss, parmesan, olive relish, arugula, red onion, mayo, vinaigrette, Italian roll
Root beer ham, mortadella, provolone, basil, olive-pepper relish, lettuce, potato bun
Grilled mortadella, sliced pickle, American cheese, lettuce, Dijon mayo, pretzel bun
House albacore tuna salad, tomato jam, cheddar, Cholula hot sauce, dark rye
Nola Hot Beef Po Boy
sliced pickle, Swiss, lettuce, tomato, mayo, Crystal hot sauce, Italian roll
Fried Shrimp Po Boy
with sliced pickle, mayo, Crystal hot sauce, lettuce, tomato, Italian roll
Surf & Turf Po Boy
Fried shrimp & New Orleans hot beef combo
Fried Green Tomato
basil, fresh mozzarella, lettuce, lemon mayo, Cholula hot sauce, wheat bun
The Ignatius R
Fortuna will smile upon you if can finish this magnificent, mellifluous, multilayered, mountain of a sandwich of fried chicken, grilled steak, applewood bacon, fresh mozzarella, lettuce, Carolina vinegar, fried shrimp, fried green tomato, mortadella, country ham, pickled okra, American cheese, lettuce, tomato, southwest mayo, potato bun
Choose two sides. Lettuce, tomato, red onion optional (but potentially good).
Blue cheese, confit onion, applewood bacon, lettuce, barbecue sauce
Fried green tomato, bacon, pickled okra, basil, American cheese, lettuce, remoulade
Blackened burger, pickle, provolone, lettuce, mayo, Crystal hot sauce
Green chile, cheddar, American, lettuce, southwest mayo
Jalapeño, basil, fresh mozzarella, lettuce, lemon mayo, hot sauce
Breads are Italian roll, challah, sourdough , seeded wheat , dark rye, lo-gluten (add $0.5), potato bun, wheat bun, or pretzel bun. Many sandwiches can be grilled or toasted. Tomato & red onion optional. Choose two sides.
With soup, or House or Caesar Salad. Same Price as Full Sandwich. Choose one side.
We love sandwiches. And we’ve eaten many, from great deli sandwiches (in Chicago like Manny’s, Bari, and Riveria) to Philly cheese steaks, Pittsburgh hoagies, southern barbecue, New Orleans muffulettas & po boys, Chicago Italian beefs, New England lobster rolls & fried clam rolls, just about anything from Zingerman’s in Ann Arbor, simple French baguette sandwiches, Israeli shawarmas, al pastor tacos, and weird, weird restaurant concoctions. Long ago, with ignored space at the front of a catering kitchen, we thought we’d try a twist on the traditional sandwich shop. And figuring that we would be a deli (a thought that barely survived the first week), we choose the outstanding deli name of “Jerry’s”, although it was really an homage to only the greatest guitar player of all time – Jerome John Garcia.