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Originally housed in a weird little kiosk outside of a local dive bar, Dino’s, Goodwich quickly made a name for itself with excellent, reasonably priced gourmet sandwiches. Now that it’s moved into its own brick-and-mortar space, the prices have slightly gone up, but the sandwiches are just as fantastic. Starting at $6.50, Goodwich offers bites like the thick-cut ham, cheddar, and greens with a tangy mostarda, or an egg salad sammie with crispy chorizo. A nice innovation: the BTLG (bacon, tomato, lettuce, and pimento cheese grits). The Reuben-ish features house-made corned beef that’s stacked with Swiss and fennel sauerkraut, dressed with a luscious thousand island sauce.