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Sitting here eat a sub at Dibella's Subs thinking this is one of the greats subs ever I wanted to know where you guys think is te best place to get one. I have tried your average JJ and subway and have also tried Potbellys which has a good a** grilled chicken and cheddar sub. But let me know of places in Michigan I want more! This sub I got is 14 inches (no jokes).
The Hot Godfather from Dibellas is the bees knees!!! I haven't had one in so long, but you got my really craving one
Firehouse for me
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
I have tried all the places you said as well and I have had Dibellas a few times. I have also had a lot of other sub places like Jersey Mikes and Subbys, etc. Dibellas is my favorite sub I have had. There big buffalo chicken sub is f***ing incredible
I have tried firehouse in Ohio before, it was really good. I think every place should have that coke machine everywhere.
I always get the last thing on Firehouse's menu. It's like crack.
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
Firehouse and Big John's so far. Big John's steak and cheese is on point!
Vinnie's. There's one in Canton and one in Detroit.
Italian sub place where you order your sub by the number of layers of meat and cheese you want.
I.e. a "21/6" is 21 layers of meat and 6 layers of cheese. It's a monster, and it's delicious.
I will go with Firehouse. I also like Penn Station (great fries and lemonade). Did not care for Jersey Mikes.
I remember way back when growing up in Detroit there was a place called Bommarito's...and Italian Bakery, deli, pizza shop combo. Pretty good pizza but great subs. Don't know if they still exist or if they've expanded to other locations in SE Michigan.
r u thinking Boscos or Buscemi's?
I hate you. Ever since graduating and being back in Cali I have been craving Dibellas. Makes me think of it again. Damnit
"Isn't it amazing what somebody will do when he can't bunt." - Vin Scully
Lol I am pretty sure that In-n-out makes up for that! Even though it's not a sub shop. I go there every single time I go. The lines are out the door at like midnight!
Big fan of DiBella's here too (upstate NY).
Nothing so needs reforming as other people's habits. -- Mark Twain
True.... I do have in n out....
Ever since a late night 14" sub many many years ago from a sub shop in West Bloomfield...that didn't stay down...I don't eat them anymore.
They just opened a DiBellas right across from work.... will have to try it tomorrow.
If it doesn't have fresh bread, the sub will always be average.
Saginaw had intermission deli growing up. They had tbe most fresh bread ever, coupled with the best homemade italian dressing.
Funny video of Adam Sandler - Sloppy Joe, sloppy, sloppy Joe
Quiznos is the best
Proof that just because someone is a Michigan fan, doesn't mean they have good taste.
People at work talk about Dibellas all the time, I've never tried it though. Where in AA is it even? I've always liked Subways Angus burger on flatbread
This post was edited by Aces High 13 months ago
My dad made an awesome sub sandwich 2 summers ago with a pesto aoli, honey mustard, italian dressing, shredded lettuce, tomoato, cheese and deli meat on a foccacia bread....it was epic
This post was edited by Awink2 13 months ago
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