Los Angeles Sandwich Week
Get Ready for Los Angeles Sandwich Week!
May 24th – 31st
As part of National Small Business Month, the first-ever Los Angeles Sandwich Week is coming May 24 – 31! To help our community re-discover Los Angeles, we’re celebrating the best small restaurants and local sandwich shops in the area.
What is L.A. Sandwich Week?
Los Angeles Sandwich Week 2021 is a countywide celebration of small businesses, culture, and food! As a closeout to Small Business Month, this celebration of sandwiches (and those who make them) takes place Monday, May 24, to Monday, May 31, 2021. L.A. Sandwich Week encourages residents and visitors to rediscover L.A. neighborhoods through food.
During L.A. Sandwich Week 2021, more than 100 sandwiches and small businesses will be featured from across the most populous county in the US. A free L.A. Sandwich Week Guide will be produced which not only will list the featured sandwiches, but also denote the Mayors’ picks (selected by elected officials from across L.A. County, including the County Board of Supervisors and L.A. City Council) as well as local, self-guided tours curated by Secret City L.A. There is no cost or obligation for the small businesses to participate—the intention is to drive more business to them after a challenging year.
Buy a sandwich, help feed those in need.
With the generous support of Wells Fargo, for every sandwich purchased from the list during Sandwich Week, $1 will be donated to Project Angel Food, up to $25,000! (Project Angel Food prepares and delivers more than 2000 healthy meals daily to feed people impacted by serious illness across Los Angeles.)
Los Angeles Sandwich Week is produced by Stratiscope and Secret City L.A. as a public program to help support L.A.-area small businesses and encourage the exploration and appreciation of L.A.’s diverse neighborhoods.
Use this QR code to donate directly to Project Angel Food:
Get the official Sandwich Week Guide — sign up now!
The Los Angeles Sandwich Week 2021 guide will feature sandwiches from L.A. County-based shops, restaurants, stands, trucks, and other establishments accessible to the sandwich-eating public.
And by sandwiches, we mean subs, hoagies, heroes, grinders, melts, clubs, pockets, po’ boys, banh mis rolls, deli, fusion, gourmet, wraps, tortas, and other kinds of sandwiches (even breakfast sandwiches and ice cream sandwiches).