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Who Makes the Best Italian Sub in the Boston Area?

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What restaurant, sub shop, or Italian market makes what you consider to be the best Italian cold cut sub in or near Boston? It sounds like some of the favorites are in East Boston and the North End. Are there any you like in either of these areas, or elsewhere in the city? [Go here to post a reply.]
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REPLIES (last updated 5/1/14):

Grace wrote:
Tutto Italiano in Hyde Park for sure.

ScR wrote:
Dino's in the North End! Huge, fresh, delicious, and fairly priced.

deena wrote:
Al's on State St.

alex d wrote:
Bob's in Medford hands down has the best subs!

Big C wrote:
Monica's on Salem St. N.End

BS wrote:
D'Angelos makes such a thrilling, high-quality Italian sub, and they are so consistent...

Scotty wrote:
Monicas, North End... No question. Have 'Flacco' make your sandwich if you get the chance.

Kris Tams wrote:
Tutto Italiano's

Arjun Gupta wrote:
Bova's bakery in the North End. By far.

ssa wrote:
Tutto Italiano in Hyde Park, although they are consistently excellent in the other locations as well.

BK wrote:
Bob's, Lacasia's, Bova, Dino's, Tutto Italiano are all very good, but Monica's Mercato on Salem Street in the north end blows them all away. Head and shoulders better than any Italian I've ever had anywhere. Period.

BGR wrote:
Meridian Market in East Boston... like no other!

tpm wrote:
Nick's in Winthrop

Katie C. wrote:
Monica's in the North End. Coppa too!

Pino C. wrote:
Tutto Italiano

Matt C. wrote:
Sessa's in Davis Sq

Don T. wrote:
LaCascia's South Medford

Charles V. wrote:
Leone's on Winter Hill in Somerville!

Harmy G wrote:
Casa Razdora downtown

@grahamshepherd wrote:
MONICAS MERCATO in the north end. Hands down.

jc wrote:
Used to love the Italiano at DePasquale. There's a great "just like Italy" version at Salumeria Italiano in the NE.

amanda c wrote:
Monica's Mercato, North End. I never liked Italian subs until I ateone from here!

Bill O. wrote:
Mark's Sandwich Shop in Medford

Chloe wrote:
Romano's Pizzeria & Taqueria - Roslindale

S.C. wrote:
Anthony's Italian Specialties
408 Main St, Stoneham, MA

Kate M. wrote:
gotta go with Meridian in EB.

Jennifer P. wrote:
New Deal, In Revere

Mark R. wrote:
Prevites in Weymouth, get the Italian special it has imported cheese

mags wrote:
Meridian Market in Eastie for Chicken Cutlet & Roy's in EB for the BEST Italian of cold cut sandwiches!

rb wrote:
Al's

kc wrote:
I'm on the Tutto Italiano, Readville, train.

pg wrote:
meridian in east boston or new deal in revere

Jared wrote:
Sessa's in Davis Square Somerville is unreal!

bm wrote:
Aiello in Norwell Ma

Jason wrote:
Manne Bakery in Revere, New Deal Fruit in Revere, Angelina's in Everett, DiBlasi's in Everett, Bob's in Medford,

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