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A local legend with a dedicated following, this mighty little sandwich shop has survived for 35 years by doing it better than all the big players. Beefy King’s secret is simple quality. Delicious meats – roast beef, pastrami, turkey – are cooked daily and heated to order over a steam vent to bring out their natural flavors.
A casual yet contemporary neighborhood café serving savory fare with a cycling flair. Part coffee house, part wine bar: B3, as its been fondly dubbed, is the place where upscale meets down-to-earth. Enjoy a delectable menu of organic, vegetarian and low-fat items and the finest beans and bottles around. Soothing tunes and cycling on the flat screen enhance the atmosphere.
Individual-size baked goods are hard to come by at this predominantly Vietnamese restaurant, though birthday cakes, jelly rolls and Napoleons are prominently displayed. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a passionfruit slushie or a sugary bubble tea. For an extra kick, consider strong, creamy iced Vietnamese coffee.
The lads at this sandwich joint bleed Phillies red, and it's clear they have a passion for cheessteaks and hoagies as well. Cheez Whiz is necessary to offset the slightly bland cheesesteak supreme, but the cheesesteak hoagie is well worth the drive to Avalon Park. The cold Liberty Bell hoagie is a meat-lover's delight and goes well with other Philly staples like Herr's chips, Hank's birch beer and chocolaty Tastykakes.
The new kid on the downtown block is an international chain that offers efficient service, a vast menu of everything from Mexican fare to salad bar to baked goods and free Internet access. It’s only open Monday through Friday, and it’s very popular with the business-casual set.
Lunch-only sandwich spot that serves grand creations named after Tinseltown favorites, as well as deli standbys such as a chopped-liver sandwich on pumpernickel and a great egg cream. Side items stand up too, like the chunky coleslaw with red cabbage and the flavorful matzo-ball soup.
A phone-booth-sized establishment with Chef George serving his famous pulled-pork sandwiches. The cold-cut selection is pretty ordinary, but where else can you get a decent chicken-salad sandwich and a cup of soup for $3.95, or a hot breakfast sammich for a buck-fifty?
When Amira's Kosher Del closed its doors, it left a vacuum in the mouths and bellies of those craving kosher staples, but Amira's son, Justin, is doing his part to fill that acuum. Pucker up over sour dills (served whole) while perusing Cohen's menu of staples; stellar latkes and knishes, matzo-ball soup, burgers made from bree ground on premises and the overstuffed brikset snadwich will satisfy cravings
Small eat-in or take out breakfast and lunch shop complete with made-to-order sandwiches, soups and salads, as well as home-made Italian pastries and a variety of gourmet coffee drinks. Formerly The Lunchbox but now under new ownership with the same great recipes plus more, Cravings to Go has a great, friendly atmosphere, fast service, and free local delivery options. They also cater all types of events.
A garden of leafy delights awaits salad lovers tired of Sweet Tomatoes. Create your own salad or wrap from 37 "tossings" and 12 dressings, or choose from featured recipies, like the Greek-inspired Athena or the refreshingly sweet and dlightfully nutty Daisy.
Outdoor restaurant overlooking Lake Eola in downtown Orlando. The food is great and the prices are cheap!
It's all thing Philadelphia at Phil's, but the cheese steaks don't quite live up to that heritage; they're good, not great. We can't say the same about the hoagies or the side dishes; so follow the crowd and stick to the cheese steaks.
The salads and sandwiches assembled here are luxurious versions of everyday basics. High standards of quality are apparent in the dressings made from scratch, super-fresh salad ingredients and natural, hormone-free meats grilled to order. Don't miss the balsamic-braised portobello mushroom or the rich, gooey homemade macaroni and cheese; top off your meal with an adorable mini-cupcake.
The setting's not pretty but that doesn't keep hordes of "red hot" lovers from feasting on the three dozen varieties of Vienna Beef dogs, which are consumed outdoors, under the landmark neon sign. Hot fries and cold root-beer floats make good accompaniments.
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Screening of the documentary about the media's misrepresentations of women
Three-day horror convention with celebrity appearances, Q&A panels, movie screenings, a tattoo festival, zombie walk, vendor showcase and more
Live indie-psych music
Live roots-rock music
Vendors buy, sell and trade cameras and other photographic equipment
Local artist Dawn Schreiner leads a peer review workshop for other artists to share their work
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