1815 M Street, NW
Chef Jonathan Taub, formerly of Pound the Hill, Adour, and the Philadelphia Ritz Carlton finally brings to DC something the city has sorely been missing, an authentic sandwich shop.
His restaurant, Bub and Pop’s, features traditional Philadelphia and New York style hoagies and sandwiches. Influenced by his upbringing in Philadelphia and moved by his dismay at not being able to find a good sandwich he opened his own sandwich shop. Bub and Pop’s is family owned and prides its self on the use of high grade ingredients and making every guest’s experience personal and unique. The menu items contain typical sandwich fair such as Bub’s Italian hoagie (Genoa salami, prosciutto, capicola, pepperoni, aged provolone, arugula, roma tomatoes, hoagie relish, mayonnaise, Bubs vinaigrette, and pecorino romano) and Pop’s Beef Brisket (Slow braised beef brisket, apple-horseradish cream, 5 year old gouda, and veal jus).
What isn’t typical about the food at Bub and Pop’s is that that all the items are house made and all the meats are sliced in house. The menu also includes house made pickles, salads, soups, potato chips, and coming soon, special late night offerings geared toward the late night M St crowd. We also provide catering for offices who have already fallen in love with Bub and Pop’s. Everyday Chef Jon comes up with a new creation to feed the hungry office workers of the Golden Triangle area that are always looking for something new to eat.
You can see their menu here.
I love the fact that have a separate pickle section including a pickle of the day!
They are open Mon.-Thurs. 11am – 7pm and Fri. & Sat. 11am – 3am.
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