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According to owner Keith McNesby, the best submarine sandwiches are made on the East Coast, and the best subs on the East Coast are from Philadelphia. Be that as it may, after 40 years, Keith has finally brought his family sub shop to the West, where it is being appreciated by a mostly young college crowd. Most prominently, the menu features the Irish sub, made famous by his grandmother in Philly. Other choices include regular sandwiches, tortilla wraps, and a variety of chicken dishes.
When it comes to Thai food, there aren't a great many options in Tucson. This cute, clean and casual place satisfies your Southeast Asian cravings with traditional Thai dishes. It features a full spectrum of curries and noodle dishes. You'll find everything from a soul-satisfying hot and sour soup to roast duck. Singha, or other Asian beers work well with the spiced-to-your liking cuisine.
The ever-changing array of breads includes nearly two-dozen varieties, from a crusty country loaf to olive tomato basil and cinnamon raisin walnut. The bakery's central location makes it a convenient stop for downtown commuters or visitors to the area. This bright, airy, contemporary bakery crafts some of the finest artisan breads and pastries in town. Early in the day, enjoy a fresh from the oven pastry or muffin with your specialty coffee. Later, at lunch, over-stuffed sandwiches are built on the flavorful breads.