It's a small shop, and at peak lunchtime dining in can be difficult as there is very limited seating. My group of three did manage to get a table. If it's your first time in, go right to the back near the drink cooler to order. Folks will wait closer the seating and entrance to get their food. The menu consists of a meat choice - about a dozen options, a bread choice of "Short, Long or Flat", and a final sandwich combination. I had the Cuban, and my two companions had a French Dip and a Chef Salad. We all liked what we had, and the two others (both live in the area) wondered how they did not already know about this place. All the food was great. If I'm ever back in the area, I won't hesitate to return.
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