What you need is a punching bag. I mean a real one. Not a human one.
You’ll find one at the new Victory Sandwich Bar (280 Elizabeth St., 770-676-7237) in Inman Park. This is one of the coolest places I’ve encountered in a while. It’s been opened by the same guys who own Slice. Principally a bar (open 11-2 a.m. daily), it has the same kind of spare décor as Slice — not that the punching bag and the ping pong table in the back aren’t lovely.
The menu is spare too. It includes nine sandwiches, all $4. These have been described as “tapas-style sandwiches.” That means they are small and you might want two of them to fill up.
I ordered the Lamborghini with salami, capicolla, speck, fontina cheese and salsa verde (which was more like a parsley pesto). Then I had one with smoked trout salad with capers, Greek yogurt and radish salad. Both, made on crispy bread from the Bakeshop, were delicious.
You can also order a designer salad, a meat and cheese plate and hummus as well as the nine sandwiches. There are no desserts.
After dinner, I walked across the street to Savi Urban Market, the gourmet grocery. Since I was deprived dessert at Victory, I bought two (oversized single servings) at Savi — a pecan tart and caramel-turtle cheesecake.
The pecan tart was all one should be taste-wise, but was encircled by a paper wrapper that was so firmly glued I could not remove it without breaking the tart into pieces. The cheesecake, which I ate the next day presented no such problems.
Both desserts were from A Taste of Heaven Bakery.
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