We love our sandwiches at the Jersey Shore, and Borgata’s restaurants are no exception. The flourishing sandwich culture in our “little village” gives us a variety to choose from every day. It was hard to limit our favorites, but we narrowed down the top 10 Borgata sandwiches for your eating pleasure. Enjoy!
|Six Hour Porchetta│Fornelletto Cucina & Wine Bar
This slow-roasted pork sandwich is only available on the restaurant’s weekly Wine Down Wednesday menu, but it’s totally worth a mid-week visit. Served with pan gravy, marsala wine mustard, and aged provolone, we are counting down the hours until we eat it again.
|New Jersey-style Sloppy Joe│Borgata Baking Company
Ciabatta bread piled high with corn beef, pastrami, roast beef brisket, Swiss cheese, provolone cheese, cole slaw, and Thousand Island dressing; Borgata’s version of a “Sloppy Joe.”
|Maine Lobster BLT│The Sunroom
Chopped lobster salad with fresh Jersey tomato, bibb lettuce, bacon, and more succulent lobster meat all served on a buttery brioche bun.
|Tomato & Goat Cheese Sandwich│Bread + Butter
Roasted tomato and silver goat cheese griddled to perfection between two slices of heavenly bread.
|Turkey Rueben│The Metropolitan
An important sandwich classic, Metro’s version is made with hot carved turkey breast, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Thousand Island dressing on grilled Rye bread.
|Slow-Roasted Kurobuta Pork Belly│28 West
Mouth-watering pork belly dressed in a housemade barbecue sauce and stuffed into a grilled brioche roll with a side of cabbage slaw.
|Triple Decker PB&J│Borgata In-Room Dining
Country-style white bread with super creamy peanut butter, luscious grape jelly, AND sliced banana, all from the comfort of your signature Borgata bed.
|Grilled Organic Chicken Sandwich│Immersion Spa
Lounge poolside 32 floors above sea level as you bite into perfectly grilled organic chicken with smoked mozzarella, pesto, and arugula.
|“Green Sandwich” Sauteed Broccoli Rabe with Melted Provolone│Tony Luke’s at The Cafeteria
A world-renowned Philly original, Tony Luke’s made its New Jersey debut at Borgata with the opening of The Cafeteria in 2006. A hidden gem found on a menu famous for cheesesteaks, this vegetarian-friendly sandwich is full of bitter leafy greens, sautéed in garlic, stuffed over melted sharp provolone in a perfectly toasted roll. Like it hot? Ask for long hots to give your greens a good kick!
|Avocado & Tomato Sandwich│The Water Club In-Room Dining
Creamy avocado, fresh Jersey tomato, and arugula on dark bread with olive oil. Simple and deeelicious!