Apr 23, 2024 - Food and Drink

Salt Lake City's Bonnie & Clyde sandwiches are must-haves

A sandwich sits next to a bed of lettuce and fries.

Bonnie & Clyde's Club House Massacre sandwich. Photo: Kim Bojórquez/Axios

Salt Lake City has a new 1930s-themed sandwich and coffee shop, serving tasty breakfast and lunch fare.

State of play: Bonnie & Clyde's Food and Coffee Company opened earlier this year on the ground floor of the new 6th and Main luxury apartments, delivering a selection of sandwiches, salads and pastries.

The vibe: Named after the notorious crime couple, the eatery carries a 1930s theme with an old-fashioned bookcase and lighting fixtures.

What I tried: The gigantic Club House Massacre ($13.50) served on sourdough is packed with shaved turkey, candied bacon, Swiss cheese, fresh greens and tomatoes.

  • The menu's meaty Cajun french fries ($5.50) and refreshing lemonade ($3.50) complimented the meal.

The bottom line: Bonnie & Clyde's is an ideal spot to get remote work done while enjoying delicious sips and bites.

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