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Party Sandwiches

I will be hosting a garden tea party following a baptism in a few weeks. Any suggestions for really good party sandwiches? I live in the west end but am willing to travel to get a tasty assortment of sandwiches. Thanks!

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  1. We got some cutesy ones from Pickel Barrel for a baby shower once. It's cheaper if you order the boxes and platter them yourself, or you can order the platters. I think Whole Foods also does crustless tea sandwiches.

    1. You should look at Merci Mon Ami. They are a really good lunch restaurant in Liberty Village and make amazing sandwiches. I know they do catering and we have had their sandwiches for a couple of work functions.

      http://www.mercimonami.ca/events.html

      1. I love Franco Freshy's sandwiches. Great variety, good quality ingredients and reasonable prices. http://www.francofreshy.com/menu_cold...

        1. Lesley's Party Sandwiches. That's her bread and butter..so to speak!

          http://www.lesleyspartysandwiches.com/

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          1. re: MeMeMe

            INHO...Centre Dels is the best, with Leslie's in 2nd. Pickle Barrel does not compare.

              1. re: acd123

                Bought some PB a couple of weeks ago..they are getting worse..... Centre Street Deli are the best!

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                Centre Street Deli
                1136 Centre St, Thornhill, ON L4J3M8, CA

            1. While I agree that Lesley's Party Sandwiches and Centre St Deli do great party sandwiches and I have had bad experiences with Pickle Barrel, i have only seen them offer only dairy egg, salmon, cream cheese. I suspect if you are looking for something a bit more upscale look elsewhere.

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              Centre St Deli
              647 Centre, Mount Albert, ON L0G, CA

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              1. re: breezey

                Thank you so much for all the suggestions. I'm going to make some calls and maybe do a few taste tests before deciding - but everything I've looked at so far looks delicious.

                1. re: poppygirl

                  If you wanted more 'upscale', try Urban Fare at Bathurst and St. Clair. I was at an event and they did a fantastic party sandwich platter...different than the more traditional (fish and egg based) party sandwich places.