Wilco Sandwichs Toronto

Wilco Rocks a Sandwich Shop in Koreatown

Wilco is so much more than an American alt-rock band. They're also, oddly enough, the inspiration for sandwiches here in Toronto.

Last fall, Chad Comfort opened a cozy sandwich shop in Koreatown that pays tribute to the Chicago-based band - by naming menu items after their songs. "How To Fight Loneliness," for example, is a recipe that calls for the solace found in the harmonious coming-together of chicken, apple and bacon.

Delicious in-house baked bread and cookies, and soup from scratch also make it a warm and wholesome visit.

Read my review of Sky Blue Sky (which is, incidentally, the name of one of Wilco's albums) in the restaurants section.


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