Gourmet Sandwich Truck Rolls Into a Town Near You

In the mood for a gourmet sandwich but don't have time for a sit-down meal? No problem, Beach Street Sandwiches has you covered. Connecticut's first gourmet sandwich truck opened for business in June and is already getting some national attention, according to CT Bites.

The truck, operated by Chef Gregory McCarty and Jean Georges, opened for business on June 19 during Madison's Flea Market on the Green. Ever since, they've been setting up shop in towns across the state. Chef McCarty started the business because, as he said, "Anything can make a good sandwich, and everything's better in bread."

Beach Street serves a rotating menu of three to five sandwiches created and prepared by McCarty using ingredients from local farms and suppliers. From a smoked ham and cheese sandwich featuring tender pulled pork, to a stuffed turkey sandwich with cranberry sauce, there's sure to be a snack for you.

If we've got you drooling, just visit Beach Street Sandwiches' Web site to find out where the truck will be next, or by following the truck on Twitter.

You can also help the new business in its quest to become America's top food truck. Starting Aug. 29, you can help to vote Beach Street into the second season of the Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race."

Beach Street Sandwiches is also available for catering for events of all sizes

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