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Re: Subs, Grinders, Hoagies, etc.
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Monmouth St Deli Downtown and Podewitz's in the Heights. Both make great old school "Heros". That's the term I was raised with, and, by God, it's the one I'm sticking with.

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For that it's the Blimpie Base #3 in the Heights 397 Central Ave. between Thorne and Charles (201) 798-6100 It's been there for years and the staff bangs out the sandwiches one after another not timidly.

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Fran's Italian Deli
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Hoboken, NJ 07030

A1 is great if you are intoxicated.

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A1 Deli on Grove (next to GNC and across from the path station) has impressive italian subs. A good 12 inches for just around $5. Also...24 hours!

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Looking for a good place to get a sub. Usually goto Bayonnes Blimpie pretty good.


Blimpie???? Really?????

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1. Hoboken - Vito's Deli
2. Jersey City - Andrea's Salumeria

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Looking for a good place to get a sub. Usually goto Bayonnes Blimpie pretty good. Not impressed with Carmine's or most pizza spots in JC . Tried a couple of delis in Hoboken so so. Maybe just not looking in the right places. Use to work in Orangeburg, NY found a place called Luigi (Pearl River) by far the best subs around. The bread wasih rustic like a baguette, sandwiches overstuffed. The specialty sandwiches are remarkable. They make fresh mozarella daily. And the prosciutto is like licking a babybig....phenomenal. Funny thing was there bread was from Hoboken. Still can't find a comparable place in the JC area any secret places people want to share. On an afterthought the daily grind makes a good Classic BLT

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IMO Carmine's has the best sub in town! and their subs are HUGE!!!!!!!!


Carmine's might be the best

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IMO Carmine's has the best sub in town! and their subs are HUGE!!!!!!!!

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Don't forget Andrea Salumeria on Central Ave. in the Heights. Great for Italian style subs and fresh mozz.

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I like The Little Sandwich Shop on Grove. To the OP, I think what you need is Milano's near Exchange Place. They also make damn good sandwiches.



Little sandwich shop has great sandwiches, I agree, and I love the sandwich names, too. Sandwiches are always fresh and hearty.

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"Our Hero" on Bergen Avenue, in front of Hudson Catholic makes pretty awesome hoagies.


Ok as a neighborhood place, but not a sandwich destination by any means.

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Are there any german deli's in JC?

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I like The Little Sandwich Shop on Grove. To the OP, I think what you need is Milano's near Exchange Place. They also make damn good sandwiches.

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"Our Hero" on Bergen Avenue, in front of Hudson Catholic makes pretty awesome hoagies.

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Second Street is good. I like the hoagies from Buon Appetito as well. They're pricey, but good bread. A large is something like $17, but it'll feed a family.

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I will second Second Street, but they don't exactly pile them high. Very good, though.

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Monmouth St Deli (lunch only) and Delenio in the HP area make great italian style subs.

The new joint on the corner of Erie and 9th does a good basic sandwich and the price is great.

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Second Street Bakery, just west of Brunswick Street. About three doors in.

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No matter where you're from or what you call 'em...is there anyplace in town that makes a killer sandwich? I'm thinking about freshly a baked roll piled high with thinly sliced cold cuts, mounds of shredded lettuce, fine slivers of onion - then perfectly dressed with oil & vinegar. You know what I mean?

Walked out of Subway on Grove Street when I saw the precut meats (which were halved into tiny triangular pieces) and then dumped with no care onto yucky bread.

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