Who's got the best Italian sub?


#141

I like their Endless Summer (3 kinds of Turkey, Swiss, Avocado. Bell Peppers, Olives and more) and My Cousin Elvis (BBQ Brisket, Cheese, Caramelized onions and more). I have actually never have had a bad sub at Dan’s…http://www.danssupersubs.com


#142

The only thing about Dan’s I don’t care for is the Italian dressing they put on stuff.

I like their tuna, but I request it with chopped pickles and tomatoes instead of the pickle spear.

Agree the My Cousin Elvis is quite good.


#143

Agree about the dressing and I do wish the bread was a bit better. But I do enjoy their subs.


#144

Then do the StepMother at Cosa Buona.

Seriously good Italian Sub.


#145

If you’re in DTLA, a very serviceable Italian sub can be found at Mel’s Deli.


#146

Connal’s in Pasadena. They’ve got them but been too long for me to say if they’re good.


#147

Run to Uncle Paulie’s


#148

Oh damn that looks good.


#149

How the hell did I miss them opening up a real old-school deli with imported meats and fresh mozzarella cheese daily right by us !!!


#150

how much?


#151

How was the bread??? The filling looks delicious.


#153

There’s a small thread with links and menu here:


#154

Ah, I thought it seemed familiar. Thanks for reminding us. :slight_smile:


#155

I just saw this for this first time so please excuse me if I don’t read all 150 posts but could you tell me what constitutes an “Italian sub”?


#156

Italian deli meats between bread with condiments, usually including lettuce and tomato


#157

Thank, N. So this:

Is cheese allowed?


#158

Yes. Provolone.


#159

And only provolone? This is strict shit :smile:


#160

Cheese is a must, IMHO. And, yes, provolone.

I don’t think I’ve ever gotten an Italian sub w/ prosciutto or panchetta…


#161

I’ve had a few with proscuittto.