Late night sandwich blogging

tempsteak_10.jpg I realize that I am not telling you about a hip, trendy eatery here, but, remember me? I’m the one for whom the absence of a drive-thru makes for a night of fine dining. Anybody ever been to Penn Station? They profess to serve “East Coast Subs”. Now, I’m all about food that is cooked to order, but, what they fail to tell you is that they must actually go to the East Coast to procure them, while you’re sitting there. Holy Long Time Until You Actually Get to Eat, Batman.

The food, once it gets to your table from back East, is mighty tasty, I had a delicious reuben. They have hand-cut fries and fresh lemonade, too. I recommend it, but, you can’t be in a big hurry to get anywhere else if you go. It’s a refreshing change from Subway (which I have been eating so often lately, that I am channeling Jared), and, it has a wider selection that someplace like Jersey Mike’s.

OK, so, there’s a reason I don’t write advertising, but, there’s one in Bellevue, Madison and Murfreesboro, go check one out!

1 Comment so far

  1. David Ortiz (unregistered) on April 18th, 2006 @ 2:07 pm

    Having lived on the East Coast, I can tell you that the notion of “East Coast subs” is a lot like the notion of “Western Hemisphere bread.”

    That said, I never encountered a sandwich shop in Boston that served anything like this.



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