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Sep 19, 2013 02:27 PM

BREAKFAST at All About the Bread

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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      1. re: Mr Taster

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

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

      1. 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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        1. re: Dirtywextraolives

          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

          1. re: Mr Taster

            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.

            1. re: Wayno

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

              1. re: kevin

                Mulberry pizza s Beverly for sub

            2. re: Mr Taster

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