Your favorite sandwich?

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    RIP Elsies in Cambridge. Nothing better than their roast beef sandwich with their special sauce and a bermuda onion
     
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    Sorry to say, but yous guys gotta go to Phlly and get a real sandwich.
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    What do you suggest we try after steak and cheese?
     
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    In Response to Re: Your favorite sandwich? : What do you suggest we try after steak and cheese?
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    Rolaids
     
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    Since this survey does not seem limited to Boston, I have to add the lobster sandwich on homemade bread at the Chart Room in Cataumet -- none better!
     
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    The Farmer's Lunch at City Feed in Jamaica Plain. You won't regret it.
     
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    Bailey's (downtown Boston) is no longer here but they made a mean tuna on whole wheat. 
     
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    Oh, I forgot all about Dominic's in Waltham, good choice! Personally I prefer the Verde. One of the best veggie subs in New England.

    Speaking of which, I cannot believe that they missed Chacarero (at 101 Arch Street and 26 Province Street in Boston). They only really serve one sandwich (though you have a choice of Beef, BBQ Beef, Chicken, BBQ Chicken, Combo, BBQ Combo and Veggie). It is a traditional Chilean sandwich and we commonly refer to it as the "Sandwich of the Gods". The BBQ Chicken is out of this world and the veggie version is quite good as well.

    It is without a doubt the BEST sandwich in all of Boston. 



     
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    The Rachel at the late, great Joan and Ed's in Natick.  Fresh roasted turkey, homemade cole slaw, yum.

    Heard Zaftigs is taking over the place.   Hopefully it will be just as good. 
     
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    Avocado Press Sandwich at Cafe Andala in Central Square!!!
     
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    Mine is homemade - good ripe sliced tomato on lightly toasted caraway rye bread, mayo on both sides, lots of salt and pepper.

    Failing that, a good italian on crusty bread with hot peppers, but two local sandwich shops closed recently and I don't know where I can find one...

     

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