Bison Witches Bar & Deli is certainly a worthwhile sandwich treat to try if you’re out in the Tempe or greater Phoenix, Arizona area. Not only are there a selection of delectable sandwiches for every palate – the delicious Cally has turkey, avocado slices, cream cheese, alfalfa sprouts, and mayo on a croissant, while the Beef & Brie sports Brie cheese melted over smoked beef with tomatoes, alfalfa sprouts, and Russian honey mustard, just to serve as examples – but the restaurant also has salads and soups. You can totally combine a half sandwich with soup or salad (the cream of broccoli is lovely), and the conveniently located (right in the “Mills” area of town around Arizona State University – you can spot the “A” on the nearby mountain if you opt to eat on the sunny patio) spot is a great place to start your roam around a hip area of Tempe. The homemade potato chips are wonderful, and the beer list has everything from your average Budweiser domestic to high gravity microbrews and yummy ciders. Tuck in a good lunch at Bison Witches (and say hi to the friendly staff) next time you’re in Tempe – you won’t be disappointed!
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