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Sunday subs in Seattle?

laurahutch Jun 12, 2007 04:29 PM

Anyone have a good idea on where we could get a tasty, easy sandwich-y type meal for take out for Father's Day? Long story but no one's up for cooking this weekend and we have accesss to a pool to lounge around and so want something low-key. My sister, who's suggestion this was, mentioned Subway and I'm going to pretend that I don't REALLY believe she meant SUBWAY-Subway and try to come up with something that will be easy AND tasty.

Any suggestions gratefully accepted.

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    mrnelso Jun 15, 2007 12:54 PM

    Tat's, in Pioneer Square
    Paseo, in Fremont - >>> Paseo is the go-to for takeout around our house. To-go "dinners" around ten bucks can't be beat.
    Pork tenderloin or chicken or fish (!) or tofu - all good
    with rice, beans, and salad.

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    1. re: mrnelso
      mr.chorizo Jun 15, 2007 05:06 PM

      Paseos is great, but I am pretty sure they are closed on sundays. I've always liked the "feve" and it is a good option. Baguette Box is also worth a try. If you are around Lake City, Tubs Subs does some nice sandwiches, nothing gourmet, but tasty as hell.

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      howard 1st Jun 12, 2007 11:25 PM

      run down to pike place market and get some fried chicken at chicken valley, some banh mi at the stand behind jack's fish spot and a variety of sandwiches at either michou's or dilaurenti's or beecher's cheese

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        bigsuff Jun 12, 2007 06:57 PM

        If you'd consider a Philly Cheesesteak sandwich, then I highly recommend Fevre's Cheesesteaks on Madison. Heart stoppingly good.

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          ceester Jun 12, 2007 05:00 PM

          Other Coast Cafe in Ballard is open on Sundays and they make great subs, hot and cold.

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          1. re: ceester
            jlbs Jun 12, 2007 06:07 PM

            I second the other coast. on sunday you may have to park a bit further away because of the sunday farmer's market but there you could pick up some fresh fruit or something to go with!

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            bigsuff Jun 12, 2007 04:52 PM

            Depends on whether you want something fancy or something blue collar but damn good. If you're looking for something blue-collar but good and messy then I recommend Fevre's Philadelphia Cheesesteaks on Madison by Capitol Hill.

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