So what I'm looking for is great or famous NON-chain restaurants that are famed for having a lot of dishes. Doesn't necessarily have to be all different. Could be 100 kinds of sandwiches. Or 90 calzones. But it's gotta be a big list. I keep trying to search but I can't find what I'm looking for. Thoughts?
A couple weeks ago I went to Paseo and had a life-changing sandwich experience. Now that I'm back in the other Washington (DC), I'd like to find the next best thing. Where are these types of sandwiches available in the District? (Must be transit-accessible.) [more inside]
I remember hearing about a restaurant with dishes named after city organizations. For example, the "department of sanitation sandwich" or the "FDNY sandwich." It is probably in NYC. It may have shut down. Can you help me find this restaurant?
As somebody who is trying to change what he eats to better choices I still love some tuna salad, but really get skeezed out by the Mayonaise now. I've been looking for some alternative binder for my tuna when I want to make a sandwich. What else can I use to make tuna salad?
Where can I get a Philadelphia-style vegetarian hoagie in Toronto? [more inside]
I enjoy sandwiches, but I am looking for an alternative filler to the standard meat and cheese that I would normally put in them. [more inside]
How do I make the tuna sandwich from sandwich places? [more inside]
Ideas for delicious vegetarian sandwiches? [more inside]
I want relatively crisp reheated food from the microwave. Can can I buy or make something to do this for me, like that silvery-coated paperboard that comes with frozen foods? [more inside]
I have a Snackster. It makes yummy sandwiches that look like this. More yummy sandwiches are wanted. [more inside]
Help me squish my food! [more inside]
Why does a sandwich made by someone else always taste better than one you make yourself?