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View the Stuffed Sandwich, San Gabriel Menu

Restaurants: Stuffed Sandwich

Where: 1145 E. Las Tunas Dr., San Gabriel

Phone: (626) 285-9161

Reservations: Not required

Cocktails: Beer and Wine

Service: Counter service

Atmosphere: Casual

Outdoor Dining: Yes

Credit Cards: MC, Visa, Debit Cards (with Visa or MC logo only)

Kidís Menu: No, but kid friendly items on menu

Senior Discount: No

Hours: 11am to 8pm Tuesday - Saturday

Food to Go: Yes

Catering Menu: Yes

Price Range: $1.50 - $10.75, avg. $4.50 - $7.50

Sam the beerkeeper

There's always a beer of the week

Different holiday beers they are carrying

Good place to buy a Christmas gift

They have the BIG bottles, too

They also have wine

The Holiday sampler package

1/2 a BLT and a cup of chowder

1/2 a beef dip, and an order of curly fries

1/2 a meatball sandwich, a side of garlic bread, and ribs

Two 1/2 pastrami sandwiches

 

 

DOT COM DINING A Look At San Gabriel Valley Restaurants by SanGabrielValleyMenus.com

 

Stuffed Sandwich Open Full Time Again, Stop by for a Beer, Any Beer.  No, Really, ANY Beer

By Bill Coburn

 

Sam and Marlene Samaniego opened the Stuffed Sandwich in 1976, and moved to their current location on Las Tunas in San Gabriel in 2003.  Recently health problems have caused them to close down for a while, and then open part time only, but Sam and Marlene want you to know that they are once again open full time. 

 

When they first opened, brewpubs werenít legal, so they decided to specialize in imported beers.  They began with 35 beers from around the world.  It went so well that Sam decided to go for a selection of 100 beers. Well, it just went on from there.  They now sell over 700 bottled beers from 40 different countries, specializing in Belgian Ales (more than 130) and American crafted "Micro" brewed beers.  And thatís just what they keep on hand.  If you want a particular beer, and demonstrate an appreciation for quality beers, Sam might break into his private stock of about 700 other beers, if the one you are looking for is in it. 

Both Sam and Marlene had previously worked for beer distributors, and between the two of them, they have more than 50 years of experience in the beer industry. They are both extremely knowledgeable of their beers and if you are willing to learn they are willing to teach you. But, be warned, if you are a newcomer to the shop, it may take five minutes to get your first beer, if you ask Sam for a suggestion.  He'll ask you a few questions just to see where you are as to your taste buds, what styles you are used to drinking, what you have enjoyed, etc. and then he'll choose a beer for you.  And he knows his beer, heís tried more than 15,000 types of beer.

They have 7 beers on tap at all times which are always rotated. A wonderful variety of beers are now available on draft. When a keg empties they put on a different style each time. (Lagers, Porters, Stouts, Ales, Weizen, Barley Wine, Seasonals). They always have a bottled "Beer of the week" special on sale. It changes every week.

Now you might think that with all the emphasis on beer, the food could be lacking.  Well thatís not the case.  We tried the beef dip, the BLT with guacamole, the meatball sandwich, the curly fries, and the pork ribs and roll dinner.  All were delicious.  The rolls were incredible, soft and delicious.  The Beef Dip roll blew me away, it was so melt in your mouth kind of good, and the lean roast beef was tasty and plentiful.  The meatball sandwich (ordered with provolone) had lots of delicious meatballs, but plan on using a fork.  There was lots of sauce on it, and it really couldnít be picked up and eaten.  The sauce was very well seasoned, plenty of garlic, good stuff all the way around.  The curly fries order was huge.  The BLT wasnít one of those three slices of bacon and what more do you want sandwiches.  There was a lot of bacon on this sandwich.  It was Katieís, and I didnít pull it apart on her to see how much bacon there was, but it was a lot.

The pork ribs were falling off the bone tender, and very meaty.  Now I have to admit, I prefer light sauce on my ribs.  This plate came with so much sauce, that I could have been happy with just what was picked up with the ribs, and what was left on the plate could have probably filled a 4 oz. container, maybe even a 6 oz. container.  But even though there was far more sauce than I usually like on my ribs, I enjoyed these ribs, because it was a good tasting sauce, not too light or heavy, not too smoky, not too vinegary.  Really good, and Iíd order it again.

FYI Ė I ordered the current beer sampler, which featured 5 holiday beers from Anchor Steam (each year, they add different spices to their holiday beer, for a distinctive taste) and two celebration offerings from Sierra Nevada.  These are the seven beers that are currently on tap, and while they were a little heavier than beers I usually drink (Iím a Bud man, as a rule), it was a fun experience to try several different beers, all designed by the brewers as holiday beers.

Sam periodically holds beer tastings, for his regular customers, and you pretty much have to show a knowledge of, or actually, an appreciation for, beers to be invited to one of these events.  People come from miles around to not only try the beers at Stuffed Sandwich, but just to learn from the masters.  If youíre a ďhopheadĒ, you might want to stop in and say hi. 

You can find their menu, including a printable list of the 700+ bears availableon the premises, by visiting the Stuffed Sandwich web page on the San Gabriel Valley Menus website, at www.sangabrielvalleymenus.com/stuffedsandwich

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