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Oct 2017
Sink Your Teeth Into a Unique Sandwich From the Dirty South Deli Truck

"Familiar tastes with new twists." These are the loose guidelines that the kitchen team follows at the Dirty South Deli Truck and its sister pop-up cafe, which currently resides in the National Museum of Women in the Arts. The truck roams the city, stopping in a different neighborhood each day to offer up its inventive sandwiches.

When you see the Dirty South Deli Truck in your 'hood, don't miss your chance to savor one of its signature sandwiches. The Mr. Chips is the most popular, a stack of chopped pork, bread-and-butter jalapenos, Manchego cheese, cilantro, and citrus-infused mayo, all tucked inside of a brioche bun. The Bud Fox features brisket and house-made cheese sauce, plus ranch dressing and sauteed sweet onions on an onion roll. If you want to skip the meat, try the David Wooderson with English peas and mint, trumpet mushrooms, asparagus, and lemon-pepper ricotta cheese.