Sunday, May 22, 2011

Check this out: A post dedicated to a place unknown

Ok so there is a little backstory to this place I went to.
I was at the beach by myself sometime in the morning when some guy started talking to me and at first I thought to get up and leave but then he mentioned this sub shop a couple blocks down the road. I guess as a kind gesture he gave me some money for lunch and let me walk towards the bus stop. I stopped at his little sandwich place on the way and the first thing to catch my attention was the very tiny corner it sat on with only a limited space and a few very enthusiastic workers. I walked in and waited to order when a few slices of pastrami flew over my head. In shock I turned to the direction it came from and realized the employees were throwing the sandwich ingredients to each other from across the store (yes it was really that small). I ordered a simple turkey sub with lettuce tomato and some salt and pepper and carried it all the way to my friends house.
I gotta say, that first bite was probably the best I had ever had, and from something so simple.
But then I realized as I swallowed down the lump that I had completely forgotten the name of the place!
I couldn't remember if I tried.
So all I know is that this little sub shop sits somewhere on the corner of Dixie Hwy and Commercial Blvd.
This is to that sub shop...and may someone find it :)

12 comments:

  1. Wow, your banner image looks so delicious


    lol, is throwing food around not against some kind of health law?

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  2. haha i was thinking the same thing

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  3. Same here, while reasing the post I thought all the time about the ice cream...

    Gonna follow you, to see and read more of you ;)

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  4. Man what a place to go to! no throwing food around where I live though. If I want anything even remotely interesting i have to go to the city(San Francisco) which is a bit of a drive.

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  5. heh good story. I must say i wanna eat this icecram from background.jpg ;D

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  6. Its great when they do that with pizza restaurants, throw the base to the customers and such.

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  7. LOL thanks guys, btw the pic at the beginning is a fillipino dessert called "Halo Halo"

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  8. Oh Thanks for the info man! I'll try this Halo Halo this summer for sure!

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  9. I think I've been there before. I remember seeing a Publix and Albertson's somewhere near it, if that helps.

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  10. i dont know the name of the shop but i wish you luck in finding it the smaller shops are way better than the overpriced crap at subway

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  11. sounds hecka bomb, i may have to investigate the location more

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