Called "The Billy", this was the second sandwhich Els and I picked up at Dagwood's. The sandwich is advertised as featuring goat cheese, olive spread, tomato, cucumber and sprouts. We opted for toasted sliced wheat bread. While the Holy Molé was fine if perhaps underwhelming, this sandwich was pretty much just bad. The goat cheese and olive spread were both extemely salty, hiding the other flavors of the sandwich. There wasn't really that much else to hide, however; the sandwich-maker had opted to substitute shredded iceberg lettuce for the sprouts, and hadn't included any tomatos at all. Also, this sandwich cost seven dollars!! This basically sums up my impression of Dagwood's: they have some pretty good-sounding sandwiches, and it seems like a fair amount of thought and creativity went into the menu, but the execution is totally lacking. I'm always rooting for new sandwich shops to be great, but Dagwood's doesn't really seem to have it together yet. Next up: Pal's Takeaway!