Earlier last month, I watched Los Angeles work itself into a tizzy over the opening of Top Chef winner Michael Voltaggio’s gourmet sandwich counter. This afternoon I made plans to meet the lovely Esi there for lunch.
Ink.Sack is teeny tiny…
…with a matching menu (and prices)
There’s nothing vegan here, but vegetarians are able to get the “Maple Turkey Melt” sans meat, plus extra cheese as an option. I ordered the Cold Fried Chicken
Apparently the ranch dressing is made by spinning buttermilk in a centrifuge…
…I’ve no idea what the heck that means. But the sandwich is freaking delicious. And at $4 the price (and size) were just right.
Although the place was crowded, we didn’t have to wait too long at peak lunch hours. I was grateful, since I’d read about super long lines when they first opened…
…but be prepared to stand and devour
We wound up dining by the customer-created chalkboard art
Or you can just grab your food to go – in the appropriate colored bags (I’ll forgive them for spelling my name wrong)
Why does soda taste so much better out of a glass bottle?!?
I felt like an Adrien Brody commercial walking back to my car in that fancy ‘hood