Algonquin Sub Shop - Revisited

Nick and I stopped by the Algonquin Sub Shop this past weekend on our way back to the city.  If you are ever in the area and looking for a sandwich, there is no reason to stop anywhere else. 


I posted nearly 2 years ago about another visit, but ate my sandwich before I had the chance to take any pictures.  It has been about 7 years since I ordered my first sandwich here and I still get the same thing -- the Where's Waldorf: crisp apples, grilled green bell peppers, toasted walnuts, spinach, melted brie cheese and Vidalia onion dressing.  Sometimes they will add red onions, tomatoes, and pickles -- I'd recommend ordering without these additions.  Be sure to eat it warm in order to fully appreciate the messy, gooey brie.


Nick ordered the South of the Border with grilled chicken, spicy salsa, melted Jack and Cheddar, tomato, red onion and lettuce.  He at first seemed disappointed with his selection, perhaps due to the sheer volume of choices (there are nearly thirty different subs to choose from) however once it arrived he was very pleased.


The subs cost a bit more than typical fast food fare (around $7 each), but it is well worth it.  Not only is one sandwich more than enough food, but in one stop you can please lacto-ovo vegetarians and omnivores alike.

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