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As far as restaurants go, no one makes a better sandwich than Jersey Mike's.

 

Next time your there get a #13 with everything on it. It's an Italian sandwich .

 

The toppings include lettuce, tomatoes, onion, salt & pepper, oregano, oil & vinegar, banana peppers, jalapenos, mayo, and a red cherry pepper relish. The pepper relish is ot of this world and that sandwich never, ever disappoints!

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As far as restaurants go, no one makes a better sandwich than Jersey Mike's.

 

Next time your there get a #13 with everything on it. It's an Italian sandwich .

 

The toppings include lettuce, tomatoes, onion, salt & pepper, oregano, oil & vinegar, banana peppers, jalapenos, mayo, and a red cherry pepper relish. The pepper relish is ot of this world and that sandwich never, ever disappoints!

 

I went by Jersey Mike's for the first time a couple months ago and grabbed a chicken cheesesteak sandwich. It was tremendous.

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As far as restaurants go, no one makes a better sandwich than Jersey Mike's.

 

Next time your there get a #13 with everything on it. It's an Italian sandwich .

 

The toppings include lettuce, tomatoes, onion, salt & pepper, oregano, oil & vinegar, banana peppers, jalapenos, mayo, and a red cherry pepper relish. The pepper relish is ot of this world and that sandwich never, ever disappoints!

 

Hands down my favorite chain sub place.

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Owensboro was supposed to be getting one of those, but they haven't started building it yet, and given the current situation with restaurants, I wonder if they still will.

 

The one in Crestview Hills isn't open yet. They've been offering curbside pickup every Friday afternoon as you order a couple days before, and they bring it from one of their other locations. I have yet to try it, but I'm hoping they're good. Options for a good chicken salad are slim in NKY. I'm not a fan of fruit and nuts in my chicken salad.

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What is the bread like at Jersey Mike's? I like soft bread. That's the reason I will never order again from Jimmy John's, because they have a tough bread.

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What is the bread like at Jersey Mike's? I like soft bread. That's the reason I will never order again from Jimmy John's, because they have a tough bread.

 

Their bread is maybe a little tough but not at all like Jimmy Johns as far as toughness. The other plus is that you actually get a decent portion of meat.

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What is the bread like at Jersey Mike's? I like soft bread. That's the reason I will never order again from Jimmy John's, because they have a tough bread.

 

Ever tried the 9-grain wheat at Jimmy John's? Makes it an entirely different sandwich.

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Anyone else enjoy a good Gyros? Greek to Me on Dixie highway makes a good one.

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Anyone else enjoy a good Gyros? Greek to Me on Dixie highway makes a good one.

 

I've heard a lot of people say that. My sister-in-law has a bunch of dietary restrictions because of some pretty extensive food allergies (I'd be absolutely miserable if I were in her shoes), but she can do a lot of Mediterranean food. They get Greek To Me like once a week, and my brother raves about how good their Gyros are. If you're ever in Louisville, the Grape Leaf is a great spot on Frankfort Avenue for Mediterranean...and their gyros are killer. Taziki's is a little less of an upscale, sit-down spot, but they have great gyros too.

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Anyone else enjoy a good Gyros? Greek to Me on Dixie highway makes a good one.

 

Love gyros but only really get the when we go to Taste of Cincinnati. Will have to check this place out sometime.

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I've heard a lot of people say that. My sister-in-law has a bunch of dietary restrictions because of some pretty extensive food allergies (I'd be absolutely miserable if I were in her shoes), but she can do a lot of Mediterranean food. They get Greek To Me like once a week, and my brother raves about how good their Gyros are. If you're ever in Louisville, the Grape Leaf is a great spot on Frankfort Avenue for Mediterranean...and their gyros are killer. Taziki's is a little less of an upscale, sit-down spot, but they have great gyros too.

 

I've been to the grape leaf about 4 times. I am always on Frankfort Avenue the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. I go there once a year and always look forward to it.

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Anyone else enjoy a good Gyros? Greek to Me on Dixie highway makes a good one.

 

I really liked that place. My wife and daughter didn't care as much for it.

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What is the bread like at Jersey Mike's? I like soft bread. That's the reason I will never order again from Jimmy John's, because they have a tough bread.

 

The bread is soft with a crispy (for lack of a better word) crust. It doesn't have the chew that Jimmy John's has. The meat is sliced to order, which makes it so much better than Jimmy John's and Subway.

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Anyone else enjoy a good Gyros? Greek to Me on Dixie highway makes a good one.

 

I can't eat the traditional gyro meat, but I like a good chicken gyro. However, the one I had from there was not good at all. The chicken was dry and flavorless. Mythos in downtown Cincinnati was the best place for gyros years ago. A little old Greek man had a small food stand on Fountain Square for years, and finally decided to open a restaurant. However, he opened 4 within a year, and all within about a mile of each other, which I think is why they didn't last. The chicken gyros, souvlaki, tzaziki, and baklava were outstanding. I'd eat there at least once a week.

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Sebastians across from Western Hills High School in Cincinnati has a great gyro. It's pretty much the only thing they make. Get some baklava and Greek wedding cake as well.

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