Sam LaGrassa's

Boston's Most Legendary Sandwich
Sam LaGrassa's
"Well I got her number, how do you like that pastrami," doesn't quite have the same ring to it, but had Will Hunting had the pleasure of biting into a Sam LaGrassa's pastrami on rye, I can assure you he would have chosen that as his zinger. Truly one of the world's best sandwiches.
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If Good Will Hunting taught us anything, it’s that Boston likes a good apple. Spend a little time in the city however and you’ll learn that Bostonians are equally as fond of their pastrami, and with Sam LaGrassa serving up sammies for nearly 50 years, it’s easy to see why. Mr. LaGrassa served his first sandwich in the downtown Boston shop in 1968 and hasn’t changed much since. Known for their pastrami, corned beef and grilled breads, one bite will quickly have you seeing why many call Sam LaGrassa’s the home of the World’s Number 1 Sandwiches.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Sam LaGrassa's has been featured on Diner's, Drive In's and Dives, The Travel Channel, ABC's Nightline, in The Boston Globe and been named the best sandwich in Boston by Eater, Thrillist, Best of Boston and Boston Magazine.

Sam LaGrassa's

Boston's Most Legendary Sandwich

If Good Will Hunting taught us anything, it’s that Boston likes a good apple. Spend a little time in the city however and you’ll learn that Bostonians are equally as fond of their pastrami, and with Sam LaGrassa serving up sammies for nearly 50 years, it’s easy to see why. Mr. LaGrassa served his first sandwich in the downtown Boston shop in 1968 and hasn’t changed much since. Known for their pastrami, corned beef and grilled breads, one bite will quickly have you seeing why many call Sam LaGrassa’s the home of the World’s Number 1 Sandwiches.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Sam LaGrassa's has been featured on Diner's, Drive In's and Dives, The Travel Channel, ABC's Nightline, in The Boston Globe and been named the best sandwich in Boston by Eater, Thrillist, Best of Boston and Boston Magazine.