Sultan of Sandwich
With that out of the way, the sandwiches here are inventive and delicious. The flagship Schmitter is one of mankind's finest creations -- like compound interest or metallurgy. It's a simple variation on the traditional cheesesteak. These transmutations include: a Kaiser roll instead of hoagie and the inclusion of salami, tomato and Russian dressing. I can seriously eat three of these things. Might be the finest sandwich in the country.
Other equally good options include the Dickens (carved turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce on a roll) and the George Bernard Shaw (3-cheese vegetarian sandwich with onion, green pepper and Russian dressing). Confession time: when I was once making the stuffing for the Dickens, I used cilantro instead of parsley. Mea culpa.