I ordered a half-muffaletta. The we chatted for a bit about how I heard about the place (driving by up and down Perkins) and other things that I might happen to do or not do in the food world of Baton Rouge. Then I got my sandwich, took it home, and scarfed it down, but not before snapping a picture. Well, kinda.
The 926-Muff sandwich rested on the foundation of Leidenheimer muffaletta bread. Add that to the traditional ingredients of olive salad, salami, ham, mortadella, and provolone, and you certainly had an authentic, Central Grocery style concoction. Leigh Anne also adds the option of running the muffaletta through a conveyor oven, if desired. I opted for the heat in order to crisp the bread and melt the cheese. Overall it definitely proved to be a satisfying sandwich. Since they'll deliver to my house, I'll probably eat quite a few of them. By no means will it replace the occasional trip out to Anthony's Italian Deli on Florida Blvd. for what I believe to be the best muffaletta on the planet, but 926-Muff is definitely a welcome addition to the Baton Rouge food scene.