A BANG FOR YOUR BUCK
> THE PURSUIT OF GOOD FOOD ENDS AT 1776
I HOLD THESE TRUTHS to be self-evident, that all sandwiches are not created equal. And when in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to find the sandwich that should be the inalienable right of all people, she will seek it under spacious skies, above the fruited plain, and in her local shooting range.
1776, the deli inside Range USA on Whitten Road, easily makes the list of my favorite unexpected treasures. Honestly, who would expect to find homemade soups and chili, homemade salad dressings for the spring mix chef’s salad, homemade pimiento cheese — well, you get where I’m headed — in a shooting range?
And yet here it is, and even better, there’s not a sandwich on the menu
Evan Mills enjoys dinner at the 1776 restaurant in the Range USA indoor shooting and training facility before shooting practice.
A Reuben sandwich is called The Pursuit of Happiness at 1776, where all sandwiches have patriotic names.