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Posted: 3/23/2016 6:53:03 PM EDT
Man it's always so dead in here.

Anyway, I had some Jersey Mike's for lunch today and realized that I paid way too much for a sandwich. It was good, but I still felt ripped off. I like how they slice the meat and cheese right then, but their price to size ratio is wack.

Are there any sort of.. old school delis that will make a proper Italian style sandwich and not charge an arm and a leg for one? I'm talking about loading it up with all the good stuff and then drizzled with vinegar and oil.
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Originally Posted By Wingman26:
I love Jersey Mikes, their sandwiches are great, but as mentioned their prices are grossly high, I'll eat there every 6 months or so, if their prices were more reasonable I'd eat there more often.


There used to be a chain of sub shops in OKC, the subs were fairly comparable to Jersey Mikes, but they weren't so expensive. I think I heard there is still one in OKC, on North Classen about maybe 30th or so? Looked it up, Neptune Sub Sandwiches at 3301 N Classen, I don't know if they are as good as they used to be, but back in the 70's they were excellent.

https://www.zomato.com/oklahoma-city/neptune-submarine-sandwiches-oklahoma-city
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Hm I'll give Neptune a shot. I know I've had it before but I'm sure I bought the wrong thing as I usually do.

Link Posted: 3/23/2016 8:38:42 PM EDT
I'm a big fan of McAlister's New Yorker. It's corned beef, pastrami and swiss on marbled rye.
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Originally Posted By Wingman26:
I think I'll go by there next week when I'm in the big city!
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it's my daily lunch spot (since Coit's went away). it's the sole survivor of the 17 Neptunes from the '70's. the owner's had it since 1980.
he and the missus are OSU alums and it shows.
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Subway, eat fresh. Unless you're Jared. Then you're eating a little too fresh if you know what I mean.
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Firehouse Sub's Italian sandwich is very good and they are generous with the meat.

David
Link Posted: 3/25/2016 2:27:47 PM EDT
Napoleon's Deli in Midwest City is pretty good.. not a chain restaurant either. http://www.napoleondeli.com/
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Originally Posted By boogie84:
Napoleon's Deli in Midwest City is pretty good.. not a chain restaurant either. http://www.napoleondeli.com/
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And Super Subs or is it Souper Subs in midwest city, also on douglas.

I'd rather eat Jimmy John's than Jersey Mikes.
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Neptune Submarine Sandwiches 3301 N Classen Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Link Posted: 4/3/2016 9:40:12 PM EDT
Hobbies Hoagies at NW 178th & Santa Fe (Edmond) is supposed to be run by folks from back East where sandwiches are an art form. I've had their pastrami sandwich and it was good. They sell jars of the pepper/relish type stuff they put on their sandwiches and it's delicious. Not too cheap though.
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Originally Posted By corwin1968:
Hobbies Hoagies at NW 178th & Santa Fe (Edmond) is supposed to be run by folks from back East where sandwiches are an art form. I've had their pastrami sandwich and it was good. They sell jars of the pepper/relish type stuff they put on their sandwiches and it's delicious. Not too cheap though.
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They have a downtown location on Walker. I can't give it a review since I haven't eaten there, though.
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They have a downtown location on Walker. I can't give it a review since I haven't eaten there, though.
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Originally Posted By corwin1968:
Hobbies Hoagies at NW 178th & Santa Fe (Edmond) is supposed to be run by folks from back East where sandwiches are an art form. I've had their pastrami sandwich and it was good. They sell jars of the pepper/relish type stuff they put on their sandwiches and it's delicious. Not too cheap though.


They have a downtown location on Walker. I can't give it a review since I haven't eaten there, though.
I didn't know that! Might be easier for other folks on the board to try it in that location.
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Originally Posted By boogie84:
Napoleon's Deli in Midwest City is pretty good.. not a chain restaurant either. http://www.napoleondeli.com/
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I love me some Napoleon's!
Link Posted: 4/24/2016 9:59:48 PM EDT
Someplace Else at 23rd & Western. My regular sandwich shop for 25 years. They bake their own bread every day.
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