Monday, June 19, 2006

Revisiting the Deli

So i just had to share this close up of my beach meal. There we were early as heck for me on a sunday morning (7:45am) at Sal, Chris & Charlie's. I must admit, it was very very very hard to wait until actually getting to the beach before digging in! Here's my post from when i finally found this gem if you want it for reference.
All i can really say in addition to all the pst praise i gave them is that when i got to the beach and unwrapped my sammich, it had the perfect consistency! You know how the oil and vinager can tend to drench your bread making it a gooey mess. Not this one, the bread was so nice and crunchy when they made it that somehow it retained most of its freshness evern after the hour trip! Oh holy of holy sandwich shops i bow down to you, thank you for making this summer's first beach day a great one for me!

7 comments:

astoriacyclist said...

Their italian combo is the standard by which all other italian combos should be measured. Should be taken with everything/hot and sweet peppers, and still only about $6. The hero will feed two easily.

floozigrl said...

hhmm, well i plan on hitting the beach again on sunday with my boyfreind so i just may have to get in on that italian combo action, thanks!

d said...

I can vouch for that Italian combo... I've heard that "the Bomb" is really good, but I'm not changing if I don't have to.

I believe The bread comes from Astoria Bakery on 30th avenue if anyone wanted to try to get just the bread.

floozigrl said...

hey- i finally decided to try the bomb and they were closed this past sunday! are they always closed on sundays? anyone?

Anonymous said...

The Bomb lives up to the name.

I've never had a reason to get anything else.

gabel said...

Have you tried Bon Apititte?
in my opinion- bigger and better.....

boy labyog said...

perfect for my appetite i like it.



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