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Old 07-09-2016, 11:37 AM
 
Location: In a happy place
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You go to LaBullBoxer31 for pizza, not subs.
We will go more often on Monday or Tuesday evening for their "Spaghetti-A-Plenty" For less than $14 we can both get a great salad, bread, and enough spaghetti to satisfy us for the evening with enough left to take home for 1 or both of us to get another meal the next day.
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Old 07-09-2016, 11:50 AM
 
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Penn Station is the best to me, but here are some others that are good too. Sometimes you have to pay for the quality of the food. Bigger does not always mean better:https://foursquare.com/top-places/ci...sub-sandwiches
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Old 07-09-2016, 01:46 PM
 
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I guess I got spoiled eating subs from all the Deli's and Italian and Greek restaurants in the Northeast. Most really pile on the meat and toppings. If you ever have the chance go to a place called Franklin Ave. Giant Grinder on Franklin Ave. in the South End neighborhood in Hartford. The sub's are huge. A half sub is probably larger than most large subs you will find anywhere else in the country outside of the Boston-Hartford-NYC corridor. Even the regional chain in CT called Nardelli's puts most sub shops in the rest of the country outside of that area to shame. These are shops where not do you get a good quality sub but also a better portion for the money.
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Old 07-09-2016, 01:49 PM
 
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Penn Station is the best to me, but here are some others that are good too. Sometimes you have to pay for the quality of the food. Bigger does not always mean better:https://foursquare.com/top-places/ci...sub-sandwiches
No question quality is more important than quantity. But I sincerely doubt that La Rosa's is using superior cut of meats and veggies to justify the meager size of the sub for that kind of money. Boar's Head which is a very good deli meat is used in most of the better sub shops in the northeast and most of the sub shops still manage to offer a much larger sub for about the same amount of money that I paid at La Rosa's.
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