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10 best sandwiches

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by westie, Jul 20, 2012.

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  1. westie

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    All the meaty, cheese goodness you can fit between two pieces of bread

    http://tinyurl.com/6w3rcd4

    Note: Johnny McGuires has closed
     
  2. Happily

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    Yummy! Thanks!
     
  3. wigwam_salesman

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    The fact that Earl of Sandwich is not on this list is just wrong.
     
  4. gongoman

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    Westie as always ya make me hungry :beer:
     
  5. MarkY

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    Agreed. Awesome sandwiches.
     
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    I am going to go on a tangent.

    Last week I had the best sandwich I have ever eaten.

    It was the roast beef on a whole wheat wrap at Jersey Mike's.

    This is the description of the roast beef on the menu on their website.

    Usually descriptions like this are rhetoric. This is 100% accurate.


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    Dont get me wrong, I am a fan of Earl of Sandwich.....And, I stopped there 3 times on my trip this past week. But, I believe some of the attraction of Earl is that they have good sandwiches, AND a great system for getting a sandwich in your hands quickly at a cheap (for Vegas) price.

    Because of these points alone, they should be on the list. But, would Earl be such a draw if the price point was more Vegas like.....say, $11???

    Also, if anyone likes a good Philly Cheese Steak, try Johnny Rockets at Flamingo. Great cheese Steak; the meat is good, and the sub roll is really fresh and good.
     
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    Another vote for Earl of Sandwich as one of the best options in town. I loved the pastrami on rye at Del Mar deli @SP. Also, great cheesesteaks at Triple Play @ 1875 S Decatur.
     
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    The pastrami and egg sandwich at Carnegie's is a must for me every time I'm in town!
     
  10. Happily

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    Earl of Sandwich?! Seriously?! I'm shocked so many of you think that. I'm not trying to be critical, just honestly surprised. Wow.

    I've eaten there twice and find it very average.
     
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    Earl of Sandwich is the only place in vegas i'll eat at multiple times in a trip, it's awesome! I really wish there was one up here in seattle!
     
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    Agreed. Good fast food sandwich but not in the league of those on the list.
     
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    Regarding Earl of Sandwich: I think the thing with this list is that its listing the 10 best sandwiches, not the 10 best sandwich restaurants.

    I can say the Earl of Sandwich sandwiches are pretty good, but I don't think any of them would really be of the ten best in Las Vegas...
     
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    I can agree with this. My only complaint is that the cheesesteak should have never made it on the list. That to me is like putting 1 of the 50 good burgers in Vegas on the list.

    They even mention you should eat the cheesesteak at 3am. Please tell me what sandwich tastes bad at 3am? I know from many experiences even a whopper tastes amazing at that time.
     
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    I would have preferred if they provided a "Strip Only" list as I can't image traveling off the strip for a meal.
     
  16. celticnoel79

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    Im another shocked to find Earl not on the list! I ate my 1st Earl of Sandwich in Vegas 4 years ago and visit it now at least half a dozen times EVERY trip!
     
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