From Our Editors
Ancient City Subs' creative menu features old-world flavors infused with contemporary twists such as Segways and pickles. One of Ancient City's house specialties, the hot-pressed Cuban sandwich, layers freshly sliced pork with baked ham, cotto salami, and your choice of swiss or American cheese ($6.99 for whole); the classic Italian sub is stuffed with baked ham, pepperoni, genoa, cotto salami, and provolone and is doused in a roasted-garlic balsamic vinaigrette ($7.19 for whole). Grapes, pecans, and a tiny bit of minced onion delicately sweeten the chicken-salad croissant ($4.99), and vegetarians perk up for the spicy, jalapeño-topped veggies and cheese sandwich ($4.99 for whole). For some lighter fare or as a nice complement to your sandwich, enjoy a fresh mandarin-orange and chicken salad ($7.99 for whole), a sweet three-bean salad on the side ($1.49 for 8 oz.), or a 12 oz. bowl of homemade soup ($3.49 with sandwich or croissant purchase).