top subs hogies grinders in fla
here are my top 3 - please provide yours fla !!!
1. Sonny's Steak Hogies - Hollywood, fl
2. La Sandwicherie SouthBeach, florida
3. La Spada FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA
bring it fla...
In Miami, I like Football Sandwich Shop. They use quality ingredients and the bread is soft and fresh. I'm not a fan of "The Zonker", but really like the Roast Beef, Turkey and Ham.
my three are
1 Mario's Italian Market
14530 S. Military Trail, Delray Beach, FL, 33484
(561) 499-7019 great subs good deal
2 Pickle Barrel • 133 East Hillsboro Blvd.• Deerfield Beach, FL 33441• Phone: 954-427-0650 • Fax: 954-427-0055 awesome corned beef and pastrami
3 Pete's wicked good subs 840 Lantana Rd
Lantana, FL 33462-1509
I finally tried Rey del Chivito on Collins and 71st in Miami Beach today mmmm...Chivito seems to mean sub in Uruguay. The King of the Subs! We got the Emperador with the thick tender steak, cheese, egg, lettuce and tomato. I think it came in at $14.90 and would take a very hearty appetite to finish one solo. The subs are serious and very original at this Chivito Emporium. Well worth exploring when in North Beach!
Brocato's in Tampa, 50th St. and Columbus just south of I-4. Great meatball, sausage, Italian sub, mojo pork, chicken parm. all on great Cuban bread. The Cubans are good, too, but usally go for one from the list above. the other draws are the best devil crabs i know of, and wonderful picadillo stuffed potatoes. salads are good, too.
Hopkin's Eatery in Tallahassee. I highly recommend "The Spin", a warm pressed spinach sandwich with swiss cheese.
I used to love the Paninoteca on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. Their sandwiches were fantastic, and the fresh salads were wonderful, especially the wheat berry salad. The one in South Beach never seemed as good to to me, and I think the one in Coral Gables is closed. Boo.