|Ink.Sack's turkey melt and Cuban sandwich|
Michael Ovitz's business partner chef Michael Voltaggio is opening a new Ink.Sack (his sandwich place located next to his critically-acclaimed Melrose Avenue restaurant Ink.) at none other than LAX airport, according to this recent article in Los Angeles Magazine.
"In some terminals, terror is the $12 sandwich. You know the type: damp bread, wilted lettuce, a mustard packet if you’re lucky. Ink.Sack corrects this egregious error with an array of creative handhelds from Michael Voltaggio and Co. for half the price. Their Spicy Tuna comes garnished with Sriracha mayo and nori flakes. The Spanish Godfather proffers a pile of prosciutto, chorizo, and Manchego. There’s a $4.69 veggie banh mi. The black carry-away lunch sack completes the fancy-casual vibe."
Check out the new Ink.Sack the next time your flight is delayed at LAX!