Our guide to some of the most supreme savory, sweet, and saucy sandwiches in the city

Which Indy wich is the one to rule them all? Here are just a few of the sandwiches that make our mouths water.

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Turchettis is renowned for their selection of high-quality local meats and produce — which make for perfect sandwiches. | Photo by @turchettisdelicatessen

Get bready — it’s National Sandwich Month, and we’re going big (like foot-long big) with our list of some of the best sandos in the city.

Shapiro’s Delicatessen, 808 S. Meridian St. | No Indy sandwich roundup would be complete without Shapiro’s — which has been slinging legendary corned beef, pastrami, and much more since 1905. Thanks to the cafeteria-style setup, you also get your choice of delectable side dishes and desserts.

Turchetti’s Salumeria, 1110 Prospect St. | This one’s for the carnivores. The quality and taste of the Indiana-raised meat and hyper-local produce that make up Turchetti’s sandwiches is unmatched. The lunch special — a ‘wich and side for $11.99 — is hard to beat.

World Famous HotBoys, 1004 Virginia Ave. | Wanna really spice up your life? Check out these sandos filled with huge pieces of hot chicken (and we mean hot; it’s best to be conservative when selecting your spice level.) Pro tip: if you’re a fellow sauce fanatic, order an extra “money sauce.”

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Every sandwich you order at HotBoys comes dripping with delicious housemade sauces. | Photo by @worldfamoushotboys

Chao Vietnamese Street Food, 7854 E. 96th St. | If you haven’t had a banh mi, are you really a sandwich fan? This joint in Fishers serves them up with your choice of protein. Make sure to grab a boba tea too.

Porter Books & Bread, 5719 Lawton Loop E. Dr. | Tucked into a nondescript corner of Lawrence is this cozy library cafe. Order a Vonnegut, Virgil, or any other sandwich named after your favorite author and tuck into a quiet nook to get some reading or work done.

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Between the creative sandwiches and cozy vibes, Porter Books & Bread is the perfect place to hole up on a rainy (or sunny) day. Photo by @porterbooksandbread

Soupremacy, 7 E. Market St. | This cafe may be best known for its small batch soups, but its paninis shine just as bright. Try the Dirty Swede for a slightly sweet Meatless Monday shakeup.

Are we full of baloney? Send us your faves that we missed.

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