Hours: Mon.-Sun., 11 a.m. - 2 a.m.
Victory Sandwich is a hip bar known for its Jack and Coke slushies, ping pong table, and a selection of cheap-but-tasty little sandwiches that cost $4 each. The menu changes somewhat regularly, but you can usually count on favorites like the Beast on Yeast (roast beef with horseradish sauce) and the Han Cholo (chorizo, feta, tomatillo salsa, pickled red onions) to be there.
Technically, yes, this isn't a full-service restaurant. It's a pub serving some clever food. The menu is something like a hybrid of sliders and tapas. Victory serves small sandwiches and a couple of appetizers. The sandwiches cost $4 each. Now, we’re not talking your grandmother's egg-salad finger sandwiches made on white bread with the crust sliced off. We’re talking more like junior panini made with a broad range of crusty breads from Bakeshop. Fillings are generous and delicious. The menu says the restaurant will also prepare a salad on request. There's also a vegetarian sandwich. Oh. There's a Ping-Pong table in the back of the pub and — most inviting — a punching bag opposite the bar. Drink, eat, punch the hell out of your ex-boss. L,D. 280 Elizabeth St., 770-676-7287.
Price: $ (Under $10)