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Both great, two sandwich shops have our heart.

Best Sandwich: Tie! Eddie D's and Capriotti's

May 27th, 2010

Both great, two sandwich shops have our heart.

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    Go back to a time when ties were wider than Las Vegas Boulevard.

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