When it comes to sandwiches there are all kinds, turkey, ham, Italian, club, BLT, you name it. Most sandwich places have a signature sandwich or type of sandwich that they hang their hat on, I have found a new sandwich that I have never heard of before and people are loving it.

If you haven't tried Tall City Meat Market's lunch, you are definitely missing out. My friends took me to lunch there one day and now I am hooked on brisket sandwiches, which they serve on Fridays, and potato salad. Before I get to the sandwich, their potato salad is out of this world. I think they might put crack in it because I am addicted and I crave it and now everyone at the office does too because I go get us a plate every Friday. Just ask them, I walk in and they say, "how many plates today."  I myself get the chopped brisket sandwich on the jalapeno bun and it comes with potato salad and coleslaw.   But one Friday they changed things up on me and had brisket-loaded baked potatoes. Now I love those too.

The regular chopped brisket sandwich is not the most interesting sandwich I want to share with you. Tall City Meat Market offers a brisket peanut butter and jelly sandwich. It is a brisket a chopped brisket sandwich with peanut butter and strawberry jelly on white bread.  Everyone raves about this sandwich. I have yet to try it because I can't tear myself away from the classic brisket sandwich.

Tall City Meat Market
Tall City Meat Market

Have you tried it? Let me know what you think of it.

Tall City Meat Market is located at 2909 N Big Spring St, in Midland. They serve lunch Tuesday-Friday from 11-2 or until sold out. So you better get there early, if you don't want to miss out. You can also call ahead and pick up an order to go at (432) 218-7514. Menu is subject to change:

Tuesdays: Burgers and Loaded Baked Potatoes

Wednesday: BBQ Plate, sausage, turkey ribs

Thursdays: Pork Chops

Fridays: Brisket Sandwiches or Baked Potatoes.

Tall City Meat Market is a full-service meat market as well. .0

Tall City Meat Market

Tall City Meat Market 

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