By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily
The publication “Food & Wine” has declared Jackson’s Persephone Bakery as having the best sandwich in Wyoming.
Specifically, the magazine hailed the bakery’s incredible baguettes as being the reason the sandwiches at the French-inspired restaurant are so wonderful.
“Persephone Bakery has slowly expanded its footprint in one of the country’s best ski towns, and like any proper French-influenced bakery, they do a great baguette, here best experienced slathered in butter and mustard, and stuffed with ham and gruyere,” the magazine said.
The magazine is specifically referring to the ham and cheese sandwich, but there are three other sandwiches on the bakery’s menu that come on a baguette: the truffled prosciutto, the schnitzelwich and the chicken hoagie.
“We’re easy, fine, but we’d buy that baguette, take it home, load it up with the good butter, and pronounce it the best sandwich ever. Until the next one, anyway,” the magazine said. “The sunny enterprise manages to pull off the all-too-rare Jackson hat trick, managing to make nearly everybody happy, almost on the strength of their baking alone.”
We are willing to travel to Jackson to try this sandwich out, as well as maybe a few other dishes, purely for journalistic reasons.