Victory Sandwich Bar

Sandwich Shop
One of the best

Victory sandwiches could sell its $4 creations and leave it at that. But it also makes a “world famous” whiskey Coke slushie,  spiked sodas, fresh salads and tasty snacks. Did I mention the airy atmosphere is an inviting space to hang out with friends while you imbibe, play Ping Pong, or simply enjoy a beautiful Atlanta spring day? Also that.

While we wait, we nibble popcorn served in a silver bowl and smothered with some magically cheesy, salty topping that fills all the nooks and crannies.

A duo of sides arrives in a red plastic basket with red-and-white checkered paper. Long, flat ramen noodles are heavy on sesame and chopped scallion, with a sprinkling of salty peanuts on top. Fire-roasted street corn has a tangy, almost earthy taste, with lime crema, thinly-sliced raw radishes, and scallions.

Kale salad is the antithesis of your average kale salad. Baby kale is mixed with thin circles of cabbage, Brussels sprouts, orange wedges, and Korean chili. Thick miso peanut dressing is sweet and slightly spicy. It’s fresh and satisfying.

Except for a sandwich called Victory at Sea, which costs more because it contains white anchovies, all sandwiches are $4 each. The Cowabunga dude includes salami, pepperoni, gooey mozzarella, tangy pepperoncini, and tomato sauce. The Tea Bird is spicy (they warn you!), but not immediately. The ghost pepper jack hits 30 seconds after you take a bite… just long enough to take a few too many. Sweet tea mayo mellows things out.

The Hambo is a layered masterpiece of prosciutto, mozzarella, peppery arugula, slices of apple, and a drizzle of balsamic. The Castro is a Cuban: smoked pork and ham, a few pickles, fontina cheese, and yellow mustard.

Cocktails are expertly made and atmosphere laid back. On a spring day, Victory is a fine spot to enjoy the warm breezes of Inman Park. Bonus: It’s open late if you need a 2am snack.

What to Eat
Victory Sandwich Bar, The Castro
The Castro
The Castro: smoked pork, ham, pickles, fontina cheese, and yellow mustard.
Victory Sandwich Bar, Fire-Roasted Corn
Fire-Roasted Corn
Fire-roasted corn with lime crema, radishes, scallions, and micro greens.
Victory Sandwich Bar, Ramen
Cold ramen with sesame, scallions, and salty peanuts.
Victory Sandwich Bar, Cowabunga Dude
Cowabunga Dude
The Cowabunga: salami, pepperoni, mozzarella, pepperoncini, and a side of marinara.
Victory Sandwich Bar, Hambo
The Hambo: prosciutto, mozzarella, arugula, apple slices, & balsamic.
Victory Sandwich Bar, Kale Salad
Kale Salad
Kale salad includes cabbage, oranges, Korean chili, and miso-peanut dressing.
Victory Sandwich Bar, Popcorn
The cheesiest, gooiest popcorn.
Victory Sandwich Bar, Tea Bird
Tea Bird
The *spicy* tea bird sandwich with ghost pepper jack, chicken, and sweet tea mayo
Directions and Hours
open now
Sunday12pm - 10pm
Monday12pm - 10pm
Tuesday12pm - 10pm
Wednesday12pm - 10pm
Thursday12pm - 10pm
Friday12pm - 10pm
Saturday12pm - 10pm
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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