There are two things you need to know before going to La Sandwicherie: they’re only closed for two hours between 5-7am and you’ll want to put their dijon vinaigrette on everything once you try it. All of the sandwiches on the menu, from the croque monsieur to the Italian, are made with fresh ingredients, even at 4am. The South Beach location is the go-to late-night option in the area, so if you happen to lose whoever you’re with at a club, odds are you’ll find them here at some point.
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