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This tiny eatery houses a wonderment of gourmet sandwiches. In warm weather the patio is the perfect place to gaze across the Highland Bridge, which joins the lower highlands to downtown across I-25. The setup is mainly for a quick lunch or to grab and go. The tables are close together. If you arrive during the lunch hour on a weekday, be prepared for a line and limited to no seating. I had the braised beef brisket. Doesn't sound impressive, but it's possibly the best sandwich I've ever had. Here is the description: 12-hour braised brisket, Taleggio fondue, caramelized onion, red-wine gastrique, arugula on a fresh baguette. The beef was incredibly tender, intensely flavored with the wine gastrique and the light, creamy cheese sauce. The chefs are not just sandwich-makers but are clearly culinary professionals using advanced techniques and fresh, high quality ingredients.