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muffaletta in KC ????

does anyone know where i can find a descent muffaletta in the kc area....and no...don't say Jazz..thanks

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  1. hmmm, don't kill me but Schlotzsky's? i'm not 100% certain what's on a Muffaletta other than the olive tapenade...and the original at Schlotzsky's has that plus salami, ham, cheese, etc. am i way off base? i know, it's a chain....

    1. I'm pretty sure YJ's (472-5533) has a good one, or used to at least.

      1. You might try The Cashew, my husband liked the one he had there.

        1. McAllisters Deli has a muffaletta on the menu. You even buy it by the qtr. I thought it was good but haven't had one anywhere else so can't compare. I am curious as to the authenticity, anyone know?

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          1. re: ChrisKC

            McAllister's Deli is also a chain. That doesn't make it bad (automatically) and that doesn't make it authentic either. I have enjoyed several meals at Schlotzky's and at McAllister's Deli locations over the years.

          2. years ago I use to buy muffaletta sandwich from The Better Cheddar on the plaza

              1. re: stellamystar

                I don't believe D'Bronx offers a muffuletta.

              2. Jason's Deli (chain) has a good one, and I believe they're in the KC area (might even be FROM the KC area, we have them in Wichita). But since I've never been to N.O., I can't vouch for authenticity.

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                1. re: podunkboy

                  Yes, Jason's Deli has muffaletta, although I've never tried it. There are several locations in KC, mainly Overland Park and Olathe areas.

                  1. re: ccbraley

                    theres one downtown on either grand or main street....

                2. I would check out Cupini's and Taratino's. They both have Italian sandwiches, I just can't remember the specific types.

                  1. I just stopped by this new little shop in Columbus Park (just north of downtown but south of the river) the other day called Happy Gillis. They had a muffaletta on their menu as well as several other awesome looking sandwiches.

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                    1. re: skillaimbeer

                      Also, I was at the Cashew last night and they have one on their menu.