Giordano Bros. is one of our favorite spots in the city to watch sports. Yelling at the TV can work up an appetite, and that’s what they’re best equipped to deal with here. The sandwiches are huge and come with fries on them, so you don’t have to waste time putting your sandwich down to get one.
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