Mrs. Turkey Sandwich has been talking shit about Atlanta Bread Company for years now. For a long time, I thought that she just meant St. Louis Bread Company and was just getting her cities mixed up. But sure enough, we have an Atlanta Bread Company here in Denver.
A couple notes from my visit:
- They apparently make their paninis ahead of time, which isn’t cool. I asked for the Turkey Club Panini without tomatoes and they couldn’t come through for me on that.
- I’m no interior designer, but the decor is tired. I felt like I was at a hospital cafeteria.
- The menu is pretty limited. The paninis were the most exciting thing on there and that’s not saying much. Besides that, it was pretty much, Turkey Sandwich, Ham Sandwich and maybe a French Dip thrown in. Boring.
I, of course went with the Turkey Sandwich and it was…ok. Decent size, but nothing special. They obliged by toasting the bread, which was cool and the Turkey was a decent quality – but it wasn’t much different than any sandwich I can make at home.
I guess it just goes to show you that people in “THE A-T-L” don’t really know jack shit about making a remarkable sandwich.