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Wednesday, 16 July 2014



Nice looking side profile of the sandwich and the price seems reasonable.


The last pics look to be the perfect ratio of lettuce to bread and meat. I'm REALLY hungry now!


Thanks. Sometimes the camera in the phone works well. Prices are reasonable and food is fresh and always good here, Bill.
If you are ever out this way, stop in, JF. Each sandwich style is perfectly made and sometimes I want a hot/grilled/toasted bread and sometimes a cold/sub is my craving. Website says daily baked bread and it is...


The marble bread looks good. Haven't had it before. Yeah, I know, I'm sheltered and deprived, haha.


Pumpernickel is made with rye flour (and rye berries, if a true (European) pumpernickel-which changes to a dark color when baked, or a bit of coffee/cocoa/molasses for the coloring in most of the USA) marble bread is really just rye/rye, cc. I order it when it's available-pretty, tasty and the only breads other than sourdough not made using sugar.


Hi Cathy! I'm always looking for good pastrami sandwiches and this one looks perfect. I prefer sans sauerkraut. I'll have to remember this place when I'm in the area. I'm glad they're open early since I'm always in the area early mornings.


I tried the roast beef with jack and ortega pepers this weekend. WOWITWASGOOD!!!
Thanks for the post.


It's a really great place, Carol. There is even a breakfast sandwich with egg & pastrami -served all day- that would satisfy a craving for pastrami and not be too large.
You are welcome, JF. I like to share good things. So very sorry I didn't see your comment until now- more than a week after you enjoyed the should find a reason to drive East again (maybe when it's cooler).

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