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Food

Sandwich Crack: Brie Cheese with Grilled Eggplant Panini

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The Brie Cheese Sandwich | Photo by Zach Behrens/LAist
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Talk about a great lunch. A few recent trips to il Tramezzino in Studio City proved this place to one of the city's king of sandwiches. A favorite so far is the Brie Cheese with sun dried tomato, grilled eggplant and basil garlic sauce ($10.95). Keeping to a vegetarian theme, Veg. Special #1 has goat cheese, arugula, grilled eggplant, roasted peppers, marinated eggplant and roma tomato ($10.95) and is equally as tasty.

For the carnivore inclined, the Firenze comes with smoked turkey breast, avocado, arugula, roma tomato, bufula mozzarella and a special chili mayo sauce served on grilled ciabatta breast ($10.95). The Bresaola Classico includes cured beef, bufula mozzarella, roma tomato, arugula, lemon and oil ($11.95).

We're salivating. Luckily, they have locations in Beverly Hills and Tarzana, too.