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Which Wich “Superior Sandwiches” Coming to newly Renovated GSA Building

by Prince Of Petworth June 13, 2014 at 11:20 am 8 Comments

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18th and E St, NW

Thanks to a reader for sending word:

“Looks like GSA found at least one tenant for the commercial space in their newly renovated headquarters. The sign is on the NW corner of the 18th & E intersection. No dates yet, but I’ll definitely stop in when it opens. For the uninitiated, Which Wich is like a better combination of Subway and Potbelly.”

Anyone ever try Which Wich before? You can see their menu here. For those who’ve tried ’em how would you rank them in the current sandwich scene?

  • jes

    Had it once in Ballston… it’s pretty delicious. As far as chain sandwich joints go, it’s up there with Potbelly, which is one of my favs.

    • Anonymous

      I agree. The first time I tried it I immediately thought of Potbelly, and that’s a good thing for me.

  • Allison

    Yum! We used to have a Which Wich back in my college town. Not sure if they’ll have the same set up, but it’s pretty efficient because you grab a paper bag and a marker, which has check boxes on it, and write what your order is. Then your sandwich gets made accordingly and put in the bag. They’re very tasty.

  • sbc

    hooray!

  • I’ve had it an at airport a couple times. It’s decent enough, though I thought it was a bit overpriced.

  • Anonymous

    Thank god for retail in the federal office ghetto! The city and feds need to do SOMETHING about how desolate these areas feel after hours.

  • yigalelohev

    Ah. Can’t seem to escape. I used to work at a Which Wich? when I was an undergrad at the University of Texas at Austin a few years ago. Mediocre grub.

  • Tammy

    Which Wich is an interactive and experiential dining experience. I used to frequent a couple locations when I lived in San Diego, CA. The food is great and the bread is good but the fun is in the gimmick. They have a crowd pleasing kids menu as well.

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