Best Sandwich: Tie! Eddie D’s and Capriotti’s
Thu, May 27, 2010 (midnight)
The sandwich that started a dream: Capriotti’s beloved Bobbie.
Eddie D’s Famous Italian Sandwiches: This small Italian deli is setting new standards. Build your own sandwich from a selection of Thumann’s meats on a hard or soft roll, or make it easy with one of Eddie’s World Famous Hots, like slow-cooked roast beef, pork or amazing homemade meatballs. Don’t forget the broccoli rabe and hot fried peppers. 8410 W. Cheyenne Ave., #102. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Mon.-Sat., 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. Sun. 541-8792.
Capriotti’s: The Bobbie. The grilled Italian. The Capistrami. These aren’t sandwiches—they’re memories. Ashley Morris and Jason Smylie have taken over a well-established franchise and made it, if anything, even better. And their aggressive business model ensures there will soon likely be a Capriotti’s no matter where you go in the country. Multiple locations
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Capriotti's at Red Rock
Try the signature sandwich the Bobbie; a sub made with fresh turkey; cranberry sauce; stuffing and mayo. The chain uses fresh roasted turkey and roast beef; not processed deli meat.
11011 W. Charleston Boulevard
Eddie D's Famous Italian Sandwich
Eddie D’s serves-up great Italian sandwiches. Choose from one of their signature selections named after Sopranos characters (the Pauly Walnuts features prosciutto, sharp provolone, sweet capicola and Genoa salami) or build your own cold sandwich with goodies from the deli case. You can even choose to keep it hot with chicken parmigiana, Italian roast beef or Philly cheesesteak. Take advantage of the slider menu and mix and match three different mini-sandwiches, choosing from meatballs which they make in store, sausage, roast beef or roast pork.
8410 W. Cheyenne Avenue, Suite 102