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Lunchbox Restaurant Review: Lunchbox is a clever little sandwich shop overlooking a canal and within walking distance of the old-town shopping streets of Frederick. When people start gathering at the front door a full half-hour before opening, you know that Bryan Voltaggio (of his parent restaurant, VOLT, a few blocks away) has once again struck gold. What’s even more appealing, the staff, operating in a small open kitchen, offer help courteously, even as people crowd around the counter to order. While the menu is brief, its scope is broad indeed, encompassing pressed sandwiches, soups, greens, and cookies and brownies. Best of all, you can eat in, assuming you can find a table, or take your lunch out. Hot tip: The grilled pastrami with gooey Swiss cheese and the lamb sandwiches are primo. Want to take home fresh bread for homemade sandwiches? The kitchen accommodates with a selection of wholesome loaves. All in all, Lunchbox, with its modest prices, should stand as an antidote to fast-food eateries.