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Best Sub Sandwich.

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by pjbear05, May 10, 2012.

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  1. pjbear05

    pjbear05 Tourist

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    Subs, heroes, hoagies, grinders, whatever your regional name.
    Who has the best in LV? Show the love!
    No Subway's, please-I refuse to set foot in those places. :vomit:
     
  2. Hoowaa

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    Earl of Sandwich - miracle mile shops just outside Planet Hollywood casino.
     
  3. Dan2305

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    +1 for earl of sandwich
     
  4. sageblue

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    If you have access to a car, try to find a Capriotti's. Based out of Delaware, they have several outposts in Vegas. Their signature sandwich is the Bobbie, which is like Thanksgiving on a roll. An amazing hoagie.
     
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    Earl is probably one of the best sandwiches I've ever had.
     
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    Hail to the Earl!
     
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    Another vote for Earl.
     
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    I'm a fan of Cappriotti's. When we drive in we stop and the one at Henderson and have a Bobby and a Capistrami (shredded pastrami and slaw). It's become a tradition for us.
    My wife says she can't find a decent sub roll west of the Mississippi. Great Buns Bakery on Tropicana supplies Cappriotti's and a number of sub shops in Vegas. If we're driving, we'll pick up a couple of dozen on the way out.
     
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    Definately Capriott's, my favorite is an Italian sub and second would be a steak sub. Rolls
    are the key the type of meat(s) used. If you're familar with an East Coast sub, be careful when ordering, I always order an Italian with everything, the sub came with mustard on it! !
    I know now to be exact with what toppings I want, don't assume these Vegas kids know what a real sub should have on it :)
    They have about 20 locations, I believe the closest to STRIP would be on Sahara
     
  10. DonD

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    Italian sub with mustard? That should be a felony.
     
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    The Earl, nuff said. :)
     
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    Order a Full Montague at Earl of Sandwich. Job done.
     
  13. wizard950

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    It is a felony in South Philly!
     
  14. jpete1966

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    Definitely the Earl of Sandwich at PH.
     
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    The Greenwich deli in NYNY is awesome. :nworthy:
     
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    South Philly is where I grew up...and that is a felony!!lol:beer:
     
  18. pjbear05

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    At the places here in S FL-the independent sub shops, the Italian stores, shoot, even Publix (grocery)-will ask "mayo & mustard?", and if you say "yes" to mustard usually the next question is "regular or spicy?" (i.e. Gulden's Spicy Brown mustard-NOT Dijon or Grey Poop On).

    I say "No" and opt for Italian Seasoning and O & V.

    Tnx all-The Earl is looking good.
     
  19. Vegas Hag

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    Subway cold cut combo. :)
     
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    Suprised no one mentioned Carnegi deli at Mirage! That place is awesome!! I have never tried Earl's though.
     
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