Since 1956, this classic sub shop west of downtown has been serving excellent (and massive) sandwiches to the masses. You’re going to hear a lot about their pastrami, but our order is always the Italian cold cut. It comes with molinari, Italian salami, and capicola topped with more salt, pepper, oil, and onions than your co-workers within a 10 ft radius will be able to handle. And that’s a good thing.
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