The sandwiches at Potbelly Sandwich Shop – on 4th and Jefferson St in downtown Louisville, KY – are tasty and on par with other hot sub shops (e.g., Penn Station, Firehouse Subs, Jersey Mike’s, etc.), and the place makes for a solid lunch stop. I went and got “A Wreck” – salami, roast beef, turkey and ham with swiss cheese – with a chocolate milkshake. They custom-build your sandwich in front of you Subway-style and warm it up just right — not burnt like Quiznos. The shakes were very good and came with a couple of tiny sugar cookies around the straw. All was reasonably priced, and even though there were a lot of people in there, the line moved fast thanks to a good assembly-line setup and technology (an order-taker greeted me with a tablet and submitted my order before I reached the counter). They also have soups, serve breakfast, and have in-house music appearances.
I’d go again.
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