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Chicken Parm Hoagie

Hap Marshall Mar 29, 2005 03:47 AM

Anywhere in LA where can I get a nice Italian Chicken Parm hoagie like the ones I used to get back east?

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    l8nitechef Jan 12, 2007 04:32 AM

    its random but try roni's diner in beverly hills! Messy, big and delicious!

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      Monkeybrains2 Jan 11, 2007 10:40 PM

      Mickey's Deli in Hermosa Beach serves up a very good chicken parm.

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        gnarlex Jan 7, 2007 02:22 AM

        Victor Jr's across from Sony Pictures Studios. Probably 1/2 mile from the Coop. It can't hurt to have multiple Chicken Parm options

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          ddyouandme Jan 11, 2007 09:55 PM

          Victor Jr's is fantastic, especially the eggplant parm. Service can be spotty, especially when it comes to delivery, but the food is top notch.

          looking forward to checking out Rocco's, it's in my hood.

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          sloanedone Jan 6, 2007 10:38 PM

          Had Rocco's -- average.

          I can't stress how important it is for chicken parm lovers to go to Bay Cities. The bread is redunkulous and the chicken is awesome. And the best part is that you can order at the hot counter and skip the 30 minute line.

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            Scooty Mar 29, 2005 06:28 PM

            Try The Coop at the intersection of National, Palms, and Exposition near Culver City

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              PayOrPlay Mar 29, 2005 06:45 PM

              Scooty, thanks, it's always great to get a recommendation for a "new" place (i.e. one not already well known around here)--what else do recommend at The Coop?

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                kevin Mar 29, 2005 08:27 PM

                eggplan t parm was bad either

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              Mr. Taster Mar 29, 2005 01:49 PM

              Rocco's on Wilshire, just west of Fairfax makes a great CP sub. Their meatball subs are also very good. (I'm from back east, from the Italian mecca of central NJ)

              Mr. Taster

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                luckychu Mar 29, 2005 12:12 PM

                I like the one at Village Pizzeria on Larchmont Blvd. I think it comes with a small salad too.

                Link: http://www.villagepizzeria.net/index2...

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                  money B Mar 29, 2005 12:07 PM

                  Johnnie's NY (several locations around Los Angeles) makes a pretty darn good one for about $8.

                  It comes on Italian flatbread and it's gynormous...

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                    jess Mar 29, 2005 11:54 AM

                    I think Bay Cities Deli in Santa Monica has a decent one, but we call 'em grinders up in Massachusetts!

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                      Silverlake Bodhisattva Mar 29, 2005 02:06 PM

                      Isn't a hoagie a sub, which is a grinder, which is a hero (haven't heard that last one in a while) except in NOLA where it's a po' boy? (unless it's cold-cuts on a ROUND roll which is a muffaletta!)

                      Primavera on 7th downtown has a not-bad one for about $7 with a side salad, if you want a sit-down place...


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