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I thought some food lovers might also get a kick from this list. I have eaten at about half a dozen listed almost all in the east or southeast. I find them accurately described.

 

As the article begins, "Unranked, unimpeachable, and incomplete, Esquire’s coast-to-coast list of the finest meals on sliced bread. No burgers allowed." Though incomplete its sort of a nice guide to hang onto especially for travelers.

 

http://www.esquire.com/features/food-drink/sandwiches

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From a Philly Perspective this article was very good.

 

John's in South Philly is long known primarily

 

to the truckers and blue collar men who frequent this former

 

manufacturing, now shopping area. Even many long time locals

 

have for years past by this ugly brown windowless concrete block gem!

 

 

And Yes the Pork and Provolone IS That Good - On

 

even the coldest day

 

guys are lined up at 6-6:30 am waiting for the doors to open!

 

 

But in the summer John's is both a feast for the eyes as well as the

 

stomach, as hot shirtless italian guys sun their sandwich grease

 

stained chests in the Philly heat. Lately joined by their

 

blue-collar latino and asian brothers, sporting the tightest of jean

 

shorts, weighted down by toolbelts garnished with workboots as

 

rivulets of sweat trickle down to pool in exotic vacation spots

 

that gay men dream of ravaging.

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>From a Philly Perspective this article was very good.

>

>John's in South Philly is long known primarily

>

>to the truckers and blue collar men who frequent this former

>

>

>manufacturing, now shopping area. Even many long time locals

>

>

>have for years past by this ugly brown windowless concrete

>block gem!

>

>

>And Yes the Pork and Provolone IS That Good - On

>

>even the coldest day

>

>guys are lined up at 6-6:30 am waiting for the doors to open!

>

>

>But in the summer John's is both a feast for the eyes as well

>as the

>

>stomach, as hot shirtless italian guys sun their sandwich

>grease

>

>stained chests in the Philly heat. Lately joined by their

>

>blue-collar latino and asian brothers, sporting the tightest

>of jean

>

>shorts, weighted down by toolbelts garnished with workboots as

>

>

>rivulets of sweat trickle down to pool in exotic vacation

>spots

>

>that gay men dream of ravaging.

 

I, too have passed it by. I will make sure to take a closer look

>

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Guest ryan2552

>McRib and Chic Fil'A? Kinda lost me there. And they left

>off my favorite: The White House Sub Shop in Atlantic City.

 

Icon that kind of threw me too. I have been in Atlantic City several times and haven't heard of The White House I'll visit on my next trip.

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