After a hike of any kind, it’s nice to eat a big sandwich out in the sun. And if you get to have one while sitting on the side of a dock, even better. Fishermen’s is a deli right on the Salmon Bay Marina, and they make excellent sandwiches. It might seem refreshing to order a cold pastrami or chicken havarti (both great choices), but what you really want is the Corleone. It’s a toasty baguette filled with Italian meats, cheeses, and a pickled pepper mayo. Don’t forget a sack of potato chips or some soda on the side.
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