Deciding on Zingerman’s means you’re not settling for a mere sandwich. You’re gearing up for a Zingerman’s Reuben — layered with corned beef, melty Swiss cheese (from Switzerland!), sauerkraut and that smooth drizzle of Russian dressing, all sweetly mashed between warm rye bread. It’s the original sandwich of the gods.

Their heavenly Reuben — and full menu of other deliciously scrumptious items — put Ann Arbor’s tiny delicatessen on the map, making it the must-visit place for handcrafted sandwich magic. Even Mario Batali, of Iron Chef fame, taste-approved Zingerman’s as the best of the best where all things corned beef are concerned. It’s no wonder Ann Arbor-ites voted Zingerman’s the best sandwich. Was there any other option?

It’s really a crime to pit Zingerman’s against just any other deli. Since its inception in 1982, it has far surpassed being considered a simple “sandwich shop.” The iconic Ann Arbor staple makes handcrafted art every day it churns out its beloved, edible product.

As you sink your teeth into the all-too-appetizing sculpture in front of you, remember that dining at Zingerman’s is an experience, prices be damned. Don’t forget your free pickle!

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