A Sandwich a Day: The Goat Cheese and Bacon from Uncle Uber's Sammich Shop
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Uncle Uber's Sammich Shop in Dallas's Deep Ellum neighborhood hasn't been open very long, but over the last few months they've managed to make some serious, er, sammiches. Nomenclature aside, you should order Uncle Uber's Goat Cheese and Bacon ($6.29). The applewood smoked bacon and slices of cucumber and avocado give it a fresh taste, almost reminiscent of a BLT, but then you have that thick, rich layer of goat cheese that makes it far more substantial than its BLT cousin.
The sourdough bread, well toasted on their griddle, is thick enough to not get pushed around and disfigured by the plentiful crispy bacon.
Add Zapp's Voodoo Gumbo potato chips for another $1.50 and you're looking at a solid lunch under $10. It's a convenient lunch spot for those in downtown Dallas.
Uncle Uber's Sammich Shop
About the author: Rich Vana spends his days discussing, discovering, and writing about food in Dallas and the surrounding areas. Sometimes he even gets to partake. You can see the fruits of his labor at Entrée Dallas.