A tiny, wonderful operation at the end of a circuitous route through the sleepy, industrial Frogtown neighborhood, Wax Paper makes cutting-edge versions of the most iconic sandwiches (with a few new creations thrown in, too). Out of a small, aluminum shed tucked away on a dead-end street, small-batch sandwiches are crafted and sent out to be eaten on basic Ikea outdoor tables in a dirt lot next door. In true hipster fashion, each sandwich is named after a National Public Radio personality, but regardless of possible pretensions, these sandwiches are the real deal. Try the Audie Cornish, a classic French-style ham sandwich elevated by homemade honey butter.
|Venue name:||Wax Paper|
2902 Knox Ave
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 11am-5pm; Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 9am-3pm|
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