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    Sandwiches, Deli

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s s.
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Report | 5 days ago
Great sandwiches.
Jen S.
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Report | 14 days ago
Closes early
Brian L.
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Report | 19 days ago
I first discovered JB's a couple years ago, and loved it. I have never had the same thing twice. They have excellent daily specials, the Cuban and the "Tim" are a few of my favorites.
Terri N.
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Report | 24 days ago
Make sure you're hungry! Very big sandwiches!! Tastes too!
Pat F.
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Report | 2 months ago
There were 3 of us and we all ordered something different. We were all pleased with our sandwich choices.
michael s.
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Report | 2 months ago
Great sandwich, everything was fresh, closest thing to a NY deli I have found.
Jamel p.
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Report | 2 months ago
Try the Cajun club and berry amazing smoothie!!!
kimberly h.
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Report | 2 months ago
Yum!!!! The food is absolutely delicious. The staff is knowledgeable and courteous. I look forward to eating there again
Thomas T.
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Report | 3 months ago
Everything I saw looked awesome! What I ate was incredible! I recommend getting their "favorites" as they are on the menu! They come with those items to taste the way they should! A Most def don't miss!
Josh W.
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Report | 3 months ago
Turkey Avocado Sandwich is so good!
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From Our Editors

JB?s Sarnie Shoppe?s owners, Gareth and Bruce, helm a bustling kitchen where fresh bread, baked in-house twice daily, embraces a cavalcade of hearty sandwich fillings. Guests can build their own sandwiches, referred to as sarnies, with wholesome ingredients, such as Boar?s Head meats, thick slices of cheese, and housemade roasted-red-pepper spread. The menu ventures beyond the breaded with cobb salads and creamsicle smoothies, and names items using slang from overseas: ?sarnie? (sandwich), ?crisps? (chips), ?biscuits? (cookies), and ?cookies? (biscuits). Outside of the shop, it caters any event that has at least five people capable of chewing.

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