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The fact that it's taken until now to mention the Chivito, NOT the Cuban, at Fast Gourmet makes this a fucking failure of a sandwich thread.
Santucci's makes a great Italian, but to this day I'm not sure if I give it more credit than I should because I grew up on it. I've been eating there forever.
Litteri's off Florida Avenue makes a killer Italian as well.
Po Boy recommendation
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I don't know what you mean, but it had the cadence of a joke.
sdog picked us up taylor gourmet for the game yesterday and i had got an italian. the sharp provolone was flavorful. matter of fact it's all i could taste. there was basically no meat on this sandwich. check it out below, i hadn't taken a bite. gave taylor a shot for the last time.
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Even Subway is more generous with their meat (however shite it is)
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It's a chain, but Houston's has the best French dip I've ever had.
Best meatball sub I've had is from Trinacria in Baltimore, near Lexington Market.
Best crab cake is going to be heavily debated but I'll throw G&M in Linthicum into the discussion. They're big, not much filler and not that expensive.
I know this isn't the place to start adding sandwiches off the list, but next time anyone is down in Charlottesville, go to Littlejohn's (it's on the Corner). They make amazing sandwiches and they're open 24/7. Personal favorite: Wild Turkey (turkey, muenster, bacon, tomato, herb mayo).
Good sandwich there...I had the Long Island (pastrami, corned beef, sharp cheddar). Enjoyed it.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
In the tournament thread, NJT mentioned a rib sandwich in Philly. I just had it for lunch and it is unbelievable. So basic, yet perfect. Pulled Rib Meat on a bun, with a side of sauce. Definitely would deserve a spot in this if it were local.
Its a good thing I'm doing local and global....list it.
Slatter- if its not on the original list, list it. We want good sandwiches period
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
I have some DC/Balt choices I can submit but most of mine are from all over. If we are adding ones not on the list still let me submit The Hot Brown. Had one at The Brown Hotel in Louisville after drinking bourbon all day a few years ago. Incredible.
Keep them coming, don't be shy!
I always thought the taylor's in bethesda was too nice to effectively give you a solid sandwich for a reasonable price. it's completely designed for the urban hipster or the suburban housewife like my wife and her friends, who do things in bethesda and then have a quick lunch. sounds like taylor may be that way in each of their stores.
5th still hasn't told us where the best cheesesteak is found
If I'm interpreting his posts during the tourney correctly, it's Steve's Prince of Steaks.
Not to go off-topic but this just landed on my twitter feed and I am totally making this for dinner since my wife is out of the house tonight. Thomas Keller's BLT.
How about some more AACo or HoCo spots please?
Bon Fresco in Columbia is very good. Try the london broil, chicken breast or prosciutto.
lobster roll - quiznos
Very good? Or best? Because for the purposes of my document I want nothing but the best.
Have you had Koch's in University City?
Fucking amazing Jewish deli.
Not steak related, mind you.
The best in Columbia, which means very good.
naw i havent ever been there...jewish deli and philly seem like a bad combination to me....but if its that good next time im in west philly ill give it a look
This is the correct answer - I live 10 minutes from the one off Bustleton and go a couple of times a month - definitely best of the standalone steak joints.
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