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Best Sandwiches in westchester?

I know this question is broad, but for chicken cutlets i like dantes in white plains, and rockies in milwood, i also like gianonnis. Im looking for your favorite sandwiches. Write the resturants name, the sandwiches name, and its ingredients.

ex.
Rockies, Milwood
*No Name*
Chicken cutlet, honey mustard, mozzarella, bacon, lettuce, tomato on a hero

this is just for fun.

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  1. currently stuck in a nursing rehab, but iron tomato delivers- just had a very good meatball parm, and have also had a very good roast beef,arugala,jarsburg wedge. hate to admit it but their high prices are fair and a good value. give them a try for a good sandwich

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    1. re: rich51

      Battaglia Brothers - I usually get simple sandwiches (ham and swiss, Turkey, mozzarella and tomato, egg salad) but whatever I get is delicious.

      1. re: rich51

        I am surprised that no one mentioned Turcos in Yorktown.

      2. Stephen's Green - Crestwood
        Grilled Chicken Sandwich
        Chicken breast served with avocado, red onion, lettuce and tomatoes with chipotle mayonnaise

        Mona Lisa - Scarsdale
        Italian Combo
        Traditional Italian combo ingredients...delicious and the size of a football...call ahead they are slow, but worth it. Add the hot peppers if they have them.

        Quarry Restaurant - Tuckahoe
        Grilled Chicken Sandwich
        Grilled Chicken Breast with Broccoli Rabe, Melted Mozzarella on a Club Roll

        Burrito Poblano - Tuckahoe
        Chorizo Sandwich
        Chorizo lettuce, tomato, avocado, jalapeno and cheese

        and if you don't mind a 20 minute drive

        Rinaldi's - Greenwich
        BLT Wedge
        12 Strips of bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo.

        1. Just go to Melt in White Plains and order whatever you like. Best is to vague as is sandwiches. just delis? lunch time? hamburgers count?

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          1. re: cubanat

            finally got to Melt for lunch; as good as the reviews have indicated.

            1. Chicken cutlet (no sauce or cheese) I like it with lettuce and mayo at Anthonys on Halstead in Mamaroneck-greatest Chicken cutlets
              Giovanni's on Garth road in Scarsdale has chicken, string beans, cheddar and balsamic on a wedge- very good.
              Rocco's in Millwood has great steak and cheese
              Cosmo on Mamaroneck ave in Mamaroneck for Italian Combo
              Sage Deli on Palmer in Mamaroneck for American Combo (ham,american, turkey LTM).
              Lange's in Scarsdale also does great Italian Combo

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              1. re: silverstarfish

                Lange's has a sandwich with eggplant and cherry peppers that is excellent. Can't remember if it has a name or number.

              2. A&S thornwood eggplant combo-eggplant cutlets, mozz, broccoli rabe and roasted red peppers

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                1. re: AdamD

                  What's the price? It looks good but I checked their website and they have the menu but no prices. Odd.

                  1. re: MisterBill2

                    I called today and they told me the eggplant/roasted red pepper/mozz was $9.

                    1. re: MisterBill2

                      Sounds about right, a bit pricey, but well worth the cost. Its big enough for two meals.

                      1. re: AdamD

                        I actually asked the guy how big it was and he told me it was big enough for one person. I would have gotten it if he told me that it was enough for two.

                        1. re: MisterBill2

                          the one thing that annoys me about A&S is the hard sell-they are always pushing you to buy more

                          and I guess it would depend on how much you normally eat

                          I was there yesterday and got a piece of veal parm, some broccoli rabe, some grilled veggies, some grilled artichokes and an orangina. It was $15, but all the ingredients were fresh and prepared well.

                          1. re: AdamD

                            That hard sell must be unique to that location. The Yonkers store is the nicest place, they work hard and fast, and no upselling. Great place.

                            1. re: JMF

                              Its not a super hard sell, but there is always a comment, sort of a strong suggestion. I always end up buying more than I planned , but that is also because everything is so good!

                            2. re: AdamD

                              To be honest, I'm kind of predisposed not to go to A&S at all, because I had a very bad experience at the one in Mt. Kisco (which I understand is owned by people who used to be in Thornwood). The publisher of The Examiner tweeted that they were giving a free piece (I want to think 1/2 pound) of fresh mozzarella just for stopping in, right after they opened. So i went in and killed time waiting for the person ahead of me to finish, then they told me to wait because they were just making it, then after I'd killed over a half hour there and they realized that I wasn't actually buying anything, they decided that they were not going to give me the free mozzarella. They deleted my Facebook post on their page as well. Needless to say, I will not be going back to THAT location again.

                              1. re: MisterBill2

                                There is definitely some attitude going on. But despite the high prices and the occasional gruffness and upselling, there is no denying the quality of most of their food. I always spend more than I planned but am rarely disappointed with what I bring home. The mozz is delicious, if you dont mind paying $16 for a single portion. Ask them for a smaller piece and out comes some of that attitude. It is what it is.

                                1. re: AdamD

                                  So if I call in an order for a single sandwich (since you can't just show up and order it) will they get upset with me and give me an attitude when I show up to get it and nothing else?

                                  1. re: MisterBill2

                                    You can walk in and order it. And you should be fine.

                                    1. re: AdamD

                                      Interesting.. that's not what the website said (or at least not the way I read it).

                                2. re: MisterBill2

                                  For whatever it's worth, when I asked the guys at the Thornwood location about the A&S that just opened in Mount Kisco, they swore up and down that they had nothing to do with them. I've never gotten food directly from the one in Mount Kisco, but I've had stuff catered by them and was not impressed. The location in Thornwood, on the other hand, is consistently solid - staff is friendly (never been upsold on anything), prepared foods are good, sandwiches use some Boars Head but are still good (I like Dante's better though). Their italian combo is as good as they get, although their best sandwiches are the paninis - they have a great roasted pork with broccoli rabe and steak pizzaiola. Unfortunately I don't think they do the paninis on the weekends...