Whenever my friend KJ comes to Atlanta, I always want to show him something interesting. Much like our usual exploits in KJ’s city of Charleston, SC, the primary focus involves indulging in food and drink!
I’d received many word-of-mouth recommendations to check out Victory Sandwich Bar (@vicsandwichbar on Twitter) in Inman Park over the past few months and I couldn’t wait to drag KJ along with me to check out this hybrid pub/restaurant. Victory is open from 11am – 2am daily as full service bar that takes pride in preparing food. At $4 per sandwich, it becomes difficult to resist ordering 2 or more items off the menu.
Upon approaching Victory’s spacious patio, we were greeted with a few familiar faces on the wait staff. If you frequent the nightlife in East Atlanta, you might recognize those faces I’m referring to. We decided to roll the dice, and asked the staff prepare an assortment of 6 sandwiches for the two of us to try. My personal favorite was the Beast on Yeast: A helping of pot roast on a yeast bun with horseradish crème. #jam
Whether you’re having a panini or bocadillo, rest assured it’s going to be good as Victory prepares their sandwiches on breads provided by the hired-guns & breadmasters at Bakeshop.
There’s a ping-pong table in the back of the pub, and a punching bag across from the bar; perfect ways to expend energy after consuming Victory’s very-alcoholic Jack & Coke Slushie. Can I holler at a to-go cup?
A healthy tuna sandwich. It looks amazing, but it was my least favorite sandwich of the day. My opinion is bias, because I don’t enjoy chickpeas. This sandwich never stood a chance with me.
Sample shots of Jack & Coke Slushies