Turkey Sandwich, Simpleton Cafe
Turkey sandwiches aren’t revolutionary, and true to its name, Simpleton Cafe, a new eatery owned by Identity Coffees, keeps its variety ($11.75) well, simple. The price tag sounds steep, but the presentation is robust in every conceivable way: Sliced roasted turkey breast, cheddar cheese, mayonnaise and house-pickled red onion, all smashed between two ginormous pillowy pieces of sourdough bread. The result is a spicy, fluffy, peppery sandwich that’s both tender and juicy. And the fresh lettuce introduces a crispiness to the overall bite. While bacon, which isn’t brittle, can be added for some extra crunch, simple is the way to go with this Simpleton sandwich. 701 19th Street, identitycoffees.com.