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worth the trip to chinatown Feb 21, 2009 05:17 AM

AKA: sub, grinder, hero, hoagie, wedge, zep, or torped

I grew up in upstate NY where Sub's were a staple take-out food - and I'm shocked that I can't find the equivelent in NYC. The traditional sub shop has the perfect mix of great bread, quality meats and fresh toppings.

  1. d
    Dessert Oasis Mar 16, 2009 08:31 AM

    City Subs (http://www.chow.com/places/22411) in Park Slope, Brooklyn. This shop is apparently owned by a former sushi chef who makes his subs with the same care as one would use for sushi. He uses the freshest, most flavorful ingredients and is very thoughtful about keeping things that should remain cold (lettuce, tomatoes, etc.) away from things that should remain warm and toasty (bread, cheese, pastrami, etc.) until the last minute. Everything is remarkably clean, too. Best subs ever!

    1. jen kalb Feb 25, 2009 07:56 AM

      Dafonte's in Red Hook Brooklyn.

      1. j
        jaykarp Feb 21, 2009 02:34 PM

        Take the subway over to Astoria Queens to Sal, Chris and Charlie. They are well known.

        Sal, Chris and Charlie Deli
        3312 23rd Ave
        Astoria, NY 11105-2203

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