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Fearless Critic restaurant review
Austin
Food
Feel
Price
7.7
6.0
$10
Sandwiches
Counter service

Hours
Mon–Sat 10:30am–8:00pm
Sun 11:00am–8:00pm

Features Outdoor dining, veg-friendly, Wi-Fi
Bar None
Credit cards Visa, MC, AmEx

www.delawaresub.com

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1104 W. 34th Street
Austin, TX
(512) 206-0200

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8105 Mesa Dr.
Austin, TX
(512) 345-3816

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10401 Anderson Mill Rd.
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(512) 331-7344
Delaware Sub Shop
You don‘t have to be from the East Coast to love this true-blue grinder

Delaware Sub Shops wants you to know that not all Delaware Sub Shops are created equal. Only the ones listed on this page are still part of the official franchise; any others bearing the name have gone their own way. It’s these three that serve up some of the best East-Coast-style grinders in the city. Even dyed-in-the-wool Texans are sold on these sandwiches. Vegetarians have great options here, as well, including an eggplant parmesan in which you can actually taste the eggplant, but this is first and foremost a meaty enterprise.

Sandwiches are made with quality ingredients…and loads of them. We get the “Italian,” piled high with Genoa salami, capicola, ham, provolone, and seasoned with oil and herbs. You must get your cold sandwiches with peppers: sweet, hot, or both. It’s a spicy feast, lush with meat and crisp vegetables—we’d venture that it’s far better for you than the mute, industrially produced ingredients touted by that pants-obsessed Jared from Subway. If you’re not concerned, Philly cheesesteaks are gooey with hot cheese, sautéed onions, peppers, and mushrooms; and meatballs have a great fenneliness. The bread’s not the best, but it beats the chewy renditions that plague other ‘wicheries. All are available in seven-inch and 14-inch sizes, and some even at three-and-a-half-inches—and prices are a steal. So no more Subway for you, mkay?

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