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Great Cold Cut subs

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anywhere besides Bay Cities, la brea bakery on la brea, and original rinaldis, and marios in glendale?

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  1. Claro's in San Gabriel
    Eagle Rock Italian Bakery in Eagle Rock
    Monte Carlo in Burbank
    Tony's in Burbank the one on the corner
    Vince's Market in Atwater
    The new place across the street, south side, from the Arby's on Sunset.
    East Side Market
    Heck, get the bread you like and some cold cuts and make them, I love to make my own Muffelattas and paninis.

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    1. re: Burger Boy

      Mario's on Broadway in Glendale.

      Linking ...

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      Eastside Market
      1013 Alpine St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

      Eagle Rock Italian Bakery
      1726 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

      Claro's Italian Market
      1003 E Valley Blvd, San Gabriel, CA

      Pinocchio Restaurant & Monte Carlo Italian Deli
      3103 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505

      Tony's Italian Deli
      1124 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91506

    2. try lucchese market on glenoaks in sun valley. same family there for 40 years

        1. A-1 Import Grocery in San Pedro

          1. Lee's Hoagie House (Pasadena).

            Porta Via (also in Pasadena)

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            1. It is a more refined experience but Joans on Third makes an excellent mortadella sandwich.

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              1. re: JudiAU

                joans on third is a joke when discussin cold cut spots

              2. I've never been, but how is DeFranko's Submarines in Van Nuys?
                http://www.defrankos.com/

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                Defrankos Italian Sandwiches
                7532 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91406

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                1. re: monku

                  yes, yes, i forgot about defranko's it feels like a true east coast deli. thanks.

                  1. re: monku

                    VVery good, just make sure you do not get the pickle on it, I like the soft bun with the hot food and the hard bun with the cold cuts, hold the damn pickle and easy tomatoes and onions. Great Place.

                  2. Capri Deli in Covina makes a great cold cut sub...freshly sliced meats and cheeses...

                    1. Pasadena Sandwich Co.
                      259 Sierra Madre Villa Ave., Pasadena
                      http://www.pasadenasandwichcompany.com/

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                      1. re: BN1

                        Ditto.

                        Although sometimes the sandwiches can be too big -- just too much meat.

                      2. Sorrento in Culver City
                        Curious Palate in Mar Vista

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                        1. re: Baron

                          Is the Italia Deli in Agoura the same folks that own the one in Granada Hills near TJ's?
                          Both are excellent btw.

                          Italia Bakery & Deli
                          11134 Balboa Blvd
                          Granada Hills, CA 91344
                          Phone: (818) 360-2913

                        2. For years, we got subs from Matt and Tony's on Victory across from the Victory Drive In Theater, I mean Sav-On, I mean Rite-Aid. Anyway, does anyone know if the Matt and Tony's in Mission Hills is one and the same?

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                          1. re: Fru

                            I would say yes, but if you call and ask, I bet they'd tell you the truth.

                            1. re: Dogbite Williams

                              Well, I guess I could pick up the phone.... I was just hoping there would be someone in the know who had info and could tell me if the subs were good but since they weren't mentioned as yet, maybe not.

                              1. re: Fru

                                No, unfortunatley it is not. I thought the M & T subs on Victory were the best I ever had, to this day. As I recall, Matt left early on and Tony had to close because of some tax problems. I really miss those subs!

                                1. re: Fru

                                  There is a Matt & Tony's on Sepulveda by the 118 frwy. That is what I was talkin about.

                                2. Victor Jrs on Washington Boulevard in Culver City...their Italian is almost as good as the godmother.

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                                  1. re: NAspy

                                    Victor Jr.'s is friendly, casual, and very good. Closed on weekends. Order at counter, grab a table on the patio. Rolls are on the soft side. Meatballs are smaller than Bay Cities and more dense and firm. They advertise a Philly cheesesteak but it is more like a warm grinder. Excellent eggplant parm and chopped Italian salad, loaded pizzas, and friendly people.

                                    1. re: nosh

                                      are those meatballs pork or beef? thanks.

                                      1. re: kevin

                                        If they're "dense and firm," they're probably pure beef. The best meatballs, IMHO, are made from beef, sweet Italian sausage, and veal. (My preferred ratio is approximately 6:2:1; add a very small number of breadcrumbs and one egg/lb. of meat.) Seasoned right and simmered long, they'll be very tender and flavorful -- a meatball that is fantastic with pasta and sublime served room temperature and sliced on good bread. I haven't found anything like that (outside my home kitchen) in Los Angeles, although someone here recommended a place in San Pedro once whose meatballs, except for an odd off-flavor, were closer to my ideal than most.

                                  2. Galco's in Highland Park used to have really good subs. Not sure if they do them any more, but they were soooo good. That with a craft soda and you're set.

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                                    Galco's Old World Grocery
                                    5702 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042

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                                    1. re: ohdaylay

                                      According to their website they still make sandwiches....Blockbuster?
                                      http://www.sodapopstop.com/about/abou...

                                    2. the Busy Bee in San Pedro (on Walker near 26th) try the Belly Buster

                                      Giamela's on Los Feliz (near Griffith Park)

                                      Vince's in Atwater is not the same since the original owner's sold it. It was good in its time.

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                                      1. re: CCDiner

                                        I will say that I have a history (high school) with the current owner, that said I have been going since the original owner (Vince) and I think that the sandwiches that are still on the menu from the original owner are just as good. I have not eaten any of the newer creations. Heck that ham & cheese for $1.25 how can you beat that?