We’re sandwich nerds. When I started Earl’s in 2005, I was laying out a sandwich-joint manifesto: Sandwiches will be made with freshly roasted fillings, not sliced deli meats. Soups will be hot and homemade (unless they are served cold—but still homemade). Cookies will be baked fresh every day. Breakfast sandwiches should be served all day.
Ten years later, I still believe in creating sandwiches that are homemade—without the hassle for you. Earl’s now makes sandwiches in Ballston and Clarendon, and each location has its own roasting ovens. We roast all our own turkey, beef and pork.
We cater, too. Nothing fancy, just great sandwich lunches for meetings and office events. Generous portions, along with the drinks and cookies to keep your energy up for that final two hours of the meeting.
Come visit us at Ballston (4215 North Fairfax Drive, right across from the Ballston Metro) and Clarendon (2605 Wilson Boulevard, a five-minute walk from Courthouse Metro).
We hope to see you soon,
P.S – Many of you have asked me who “Earl” is – Earl just sounded like a regular guy who loved a good sandwich. Could have been Pearl’s, could have been John’s…we liked Earl’s.