I just got a sandwich from Jimmy John's. Wack.
All the sandwich places downtown suck.
Jimmy John's was kind of a cheap and safe option until today.
I ordered the vegetarian - sprouts, then I noticed what looked like a bunch of clumps of dough on the counter where they make the subs. Seconds later I saw the JJ guy digging his fingers into the bun and rippng out the bread from one side! I asked why they did this and they were like, "I don't know? You can ask them to not do it."
I haven't eaten at Quiznos in nearly a year because I noticed that they cut off the end of every single sub so that "no one gets a bite of just bread."
Dear people who make sandwiches, why are you crazy?
You don't have to walk 2 blocks from either of these shops to find people who are freezing and would love to have some bread. I know that Quiznos does not donate their "excess" bread to any food banks and I doubt that any gleaners will except clumps of hand-pulled bread.
Blakes Turkey is far too expensive and not that good.
I have never had a good sandwich (or cookie) from Cafe Solace. They do make dope salads though.
The Subway on Monroe charges more than the standard franchise...because they can.
Roly-Poly usually makes me sick.
Two Choppers is a good place to eat lunch if you want to feel like a dumbass, their courteous staff will go the extra mile to make you, um what's the opposite of feel welcome?
The dog pit doesn't take credit cards.
I love Olive Express.
Cornicopia(sp?) has the besT pastries Downtown.
GRCC's grille is kind of gross but Super cheap.
I have walked all the way to Pepino's to avoid these other restaurants before.
That new Chinese restaurant is okay.
XO is good for dinner.
Am I missing anything?
ps. I lost my apetite after I realized that I acn't remember if the Jimmy John's guy had on gloves. I just keep picturing him sucking little bits of bread out of his finger nails while on break. Oh, gosh. I just puked at work (not true).