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IndigoOnTheGo Jan 25, 2011 04:46 AM

I need to order quite a few hoagies for a gathering next week and not being a huge hoagie fan, not sure where the favorites are. Any suggestions to place this order?

  1. Tapas52 Jan 25, 2011 05:14 AM

    http://sarconesdeli.com/

    In the Cherry Hill area (Medford)..Sarcone's Deli makes really good sandwiches all fresh ingredients.....
    I first saw them on "Best things I ever ate" on the Food channel...check them out. I had the "Junk Yard Special"....& took home "The Sinatra"

    1. mschow Jan 25, 2011 09:19 AM

      I would try DiVellos in Cherry Hill on Kresson Rd. Also, there is a Primo's on Haddon Ave in Collingswood that is pretty good (another location on 70 in Marlton). Big John's on 70 in CH is a place lots of friends like. I know DiVellos and Primos do trays. I'd do a mixed tray of Italian, turkey, ham and roast beef hoagies. You may want to consider offering a few vegetarian hoagies as well. I would also suggest Chick's in Cherry Hill, but they are not open on Sundays, fyi.

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        mmgth Jan 25, 2011 04:34 PM

        Carmen's Deli in Bellmawr.

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          truman Jan 27, 2011 12:01 PM

          I really like Primo Hoagies - they're all over the place (www.primohoagies.com). My absolute fave is the Soprano... actually they're all good, never had a bad one!

          1. rockhopper Jan 31, 2011 12:52 PM

            DiPascale's is hands down the best. Really. Sarcone's bread. Good quality meat. Excellent amount of meat. Better than Chick's (2nd) and Carmen's (3rd).

            The Mob names on Primo's menu means I will never set foot in their place.

            It's in the back of a small grocery in Pennsauken.
            http://meadowbrookfoods.com/deli.htm

            Side note: I went to DiVello's once and ordered an Italian Hoagie. It had mustard and mayonaisse on it. WTF? I threw it out and never went back

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            1. re: rockhopper
              mschow Feb 1, 2011 11:38 AM

              Not for anything, but I have a friend who grew up in Philly, and he likes his Italian with mustard and relish...to each, his own...

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              IndigoOnTheGo Feb 5, 2011 03:48 PM

              Chose DiVello's since it was so close. Got a tray of Italian, roast beef, turkey and an eggplant for the vegetarians. No mustard on them and only the turkey had mayo as requested. The tray was devoured and a few checked out the label to see where they came from. Thanks for the suggestion. I was happy with the results.

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              1. re: IndigoOnTheGo
                mschow Feb 6, 2011 09:07 AM

                Glad that worked out for you. I've never had a problem with anything I've gotten from DiVellos, though I would skip the potato and macaroni salads there (not store made and I'm extremely picky about mac and potato salad). I think Rockhopper's one bad experience was because he probably got someone else's hoagie with mustard by mistake.

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