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BREAKFAST at All About the Bread

Mr Taster Sep 19, 2013 02:27 PM

In a few weeks, they'll be open at 7am and will be rolling out breakfast sandwiches, fresh juices and pastries. This is according to the counterman I spoke with this morning.

Mr Taster

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    bringiton Sep 19, 2013 02:34 PM


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    1. re: bringiton
      Mr Taster Sep 19, 2013 02:37 PM

      Google is your friend.


      Mr Taster

      1. re: Mr Taster
        Dogbite Williams Oct 2, 2013 05:02 PM

        I still prefer to have the address listed in the thread. Everybody benefits and nobody has to head to Google.

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      JosephEBacon Sep 19, 2013 09:38 PM

      There are times I'd like a Godfather or Meatball sandwich for breakfast! They are that good!

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        Dirtywextraolives Sep 30, 2013 11:24 AM

        So, how are the subs? Are they trying to be the mid city's answer to Bay Cities Deli? Why else name your first sub the Godfather??

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          Mr Taster Sep 30, 2013 11:40 AM

          I love their subs-- particularly the meatball sub, which is the best one I've found in the city. The bread has this blistered, shatteringly crisp outer layer and a softy, chewy inner layer. They layer the slices of mozzarella on the bottom and layer the hot meatballs on top, which melts the cheese. A really tasty marinara sauce served on the side.

          Since I'm from the east coast, I'd really prefer if they layered shredded mozzarella on top and broiled it a bit, with the sauce and meatballs under. Extra points if they were to spread a little garlic butter inside the bread before layering the meatballs. But I'm quibbling here-- the sandwich is really spectacular as-is.

          Mr Taster

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            Wayno Oct 2, 2013 05:15 PM

            I'm anxious to try their MB sub, as it's one of my favorite sandwiches (along with a good eggplant parm sub). But, where I grew up back in the tri-state area, and thus it's how I prefer it, the MB sub (or "wedge" as we said in southern CT) came without any mozzarella, but I like some some grated parmesan over the top. So I'll order mine without the mozzarella. Usually don't get that far east, but maybe I'll make a field trip some lunch time soon.

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              kevin Oct 2, 2013 05:28 PM

              Yeah, if anyone knows a joint to grab a decent eggplant parmigiano sub, please let me know (aside from Bay Cities, of course).

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                jessejames Oct 2, 2013 08:46 PM

                Mulberry pizza s Beverly for sub

            2. re: Mr Taster
              kevin Oct 2, 2013 05:28 PM

              These are pork, beef, or mixture meatballs ????

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