A BANG FOR YOUR BUCK

> THE PUR­SUIT OF GOOD FOOD ENDS AT 1776

The Commercial Appeal - Go Memphis - - Go See - By Jen­nifer Biggs

/ biggs@com­mer­cialap­peal.com

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

Pho­tos by Mark We­ber/The Com­mer­cial Ap­peal

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.

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