Fans of the Sub think Publix has finest sandwiches. But Florida is complete of wonderful hoagies, sub, and grinders. Here’re Floridian’s favorites:
Kappy’s Subs, Maitland
Located just outside the Orlando Suburb of winter park is Maitland, the house of Kappy’s Subs – previous school lunch counter where the iconic Philly Cheese Steak should be washed down with a sweet tea.
Hungry Bear Sub Shop, Miami
Great luck finding an office site or FB page! In its place just stop by and pick up the stolen bomb, onion, featuring steak, mushrooms and also a choice of Steak sauce and Barbecue.
Brocato’s Sandwich Shop, Tampa
Deviled crab and Cuban are the specialties, here, but regular one loves the shop’s roast pork sub just as much. The wait can be huge at the time of lunch, so be prepared.
Mazzaro’s Italian Market, St. Petersburg
It’s a must do pilgrimage for Tampa Bay meal fans. After the aromas knock off your feet, PLZ keep in mind to order at No.20 – the hot Italian, with salami, romaine, ham, provolone, banana peppers, pepperoni, tomato, and Italian dressing.
Wally’s Deli, Fort Myers
Fort Mayer Got on the map ofthe sport when Florida Gulf Coast UNI’s basketball team became a March Madness Cinderella team in 13, therefore, getting nickname Drink City. So it looks fitting to order the DCD (Dunk City Delight) from Wally’s featuring cheddar, chicken, bacon, ranch dressing and cheese.
George’s Flying Subs, Panama City
Offered its proximity to Tyndall Air Force, it is no surprise the sub sandwiches here takes the nicknames of well-known war birds. So order a raptor (turkey, roast beef, provolone, ham), Nighthawk (provolone and roast beef) or a Viper (turkey, roast beef, provolone) – just keep in mind to salute before diving in.