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Apr 12, 2007 10:12 AM

wherein we discuss fine submarine sammiches

hoagies, subs, grinders... whatever you wanna call them, we can all agree that they are delicious! are there any hidden gems out there in seattle? honestly, i don't have much to share here, except to mention TAT'S down in pioneer square. that's a pretty good sub.

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  1. I've been racking my brain about this one... mainly Vietnamese sandwich, bahn mi, places keep popping into my mind. Seattle Deli and a few I know by location but not name.

    However, there is a sub place in Everett, a couple blocks up from Aquasox Stadium is Red Rock Subs they serve a pretty good pot roast sub. Very flavorful and the gravy absorbs into the bread makes for a delicious sandwich.

    1. I agree TAT's is good, and also The Other Coast in Ballard.

        1. One great sandwich place that I never hear mentioned is Hillside Quickies in the U-District. Everything is vegetarian which may turn some off, but I'm a big meat lover and have had a couple remarkable sandwiches there. I also like the hefty subs at the Elliott Bay Pizza Company on Queen Anne.

          1. As I mentioned in the other recent grinder/hoagie thread - there's Tat's and then there's the rest.

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            1. re: foodrover

              Buffalo Deli, First Avenue, Belltown. Yum. Good service, too.