The Cheese Shop in Merchants Square in Williamsburg, VA to be more specific. And when you go, order a smoked turkey sandwich on wheat with extra house (dressing, that is). What a delight! Shaved smoked turkey piled on wheat bread. The bread crust satisfactorily crunches while the inside is extremely soft and fresh. The sandwich already has a smear of the house dressing - a delectable mix of whole grain mustard and mayonaise plus a few other things thrown in - but I need more which appears in a little plastic lidded container. And now to the eating. Over the years I developed a somewhat strange ritual when consuming this sandwich. First of all, I pull the crust off of the bread and dip them in the extra house dressing. Yum! Then I eat the rest of the sandwich dipping each bite into the house dressing. Oh my god - what a truly great taste sensation. And all for $5! (Wow, when I first started eating Cheese Shop sandwiches, they were only $3.)
I admit that if Williamsburg is busy, ordering a sandwhich can be a real pain in the ass - a line to order, an enormous line to wait until it's prepared, and a line to pay. All the while, jostling among tourists who do not have a clue. But the pleasure is well worth it. And if smoked turkey is not your thing - try a roast beef or country ham.