It’s Friday, let’s get Drunk on a Sandwich!


30th Nov, 2012

Feel like downing vodka shots on a Friday afternoon at the office? The question is, who doesn’t want to get wasted by lunchtime? But then there’s all those pesky regulations for the work place that ruin the fun.

At New York’s Salumé panini café, a couple of sandwich enthusiasts are changing the way we get drunk. The innovative “culinary laboratorio” is serving the world’s first alcoholic sandwiches, deliciously infused with the liquor of your choice (no I.D. required).

The menu includes sandwich combinations like proscuitto & gin, surryano ham & rye whiskey or the bullet bourbon and ham. The alcohol is dripped generously over the meat as it’s layered onto the sandwich– there’s no slow-cooking that wouldburns off the strength of the liquor.

Friday lunches will never be the same again. And if you can’t get down to West Broadway, NY, buy a lunchbox and make your own!

Make mine a double.

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