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Matt's Shrimp Concoction is a sub with sauteed shrimp, red onions, mushrooms and peppers topped with melted American cheese, coleslaw and creole mayonnaise. Photo: Renee Brock / Special

Matt's Shrimp Concoction is a sub with sauteed shrimp, red onions, mushrooms and peppers topped with melted American cheese, coleslaw and creole mayonnaise. Photo: Renee Brock / Special

YOUR PICKS (locally based)

1) New Yorker Deli

You say, “The best choice of quality sandwiches in town. Portion and quality are outstanding along with a number or delicious sides.”

2) Alon’s Bakery & Market

3) Goldberg’s Bagel Company & Deli

4)  Star Provisions

5) Muss & Turner’s

YOUR PICKS (chains)

1) Baldinos Giant Jersey Subs

You say, “Baldinos Giant Jersey Subs. Nowhere else is even close and the line out the door at lunch every day proves it.”

2) Publix

3)  Jason’s Deli

4) Firehouse Subs

5) Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches

A selection of treats from Star Provisions: hot pastrami on onion rye, smoked salmon with cucumber on toasted walnut chive, beet salad, lentils, green beans and a cola.

A selection of treats from Star Provisions: hot pastrami on onion rye, smoked salmon with cucumber on toasted walnut chive, beet salad, lentils, green beans and a cola.

OUR PICKS

1)   Star Provisions

Dining critic Meridith Ford Goldman says, “Take me to Paris, and what do I want? Well, besides shoes? A ham, butter and cheese sandwich on a baquette, bought from a street vender. I can get a similance of this Francophile sammie at Star Provisions, with Parm and prosciutto and butter on one of the provender’s Parisian-style baquettes.”

2)  Noon Midtown

3)  Leon’s Full Service

4)  Goldberg’s Bagel Company & Deli

5)  Livingston

1,026 comments Add your comment

OLD DAWG

October 3rd, 2009
4:38 am

agree with the OLD TECH St most of you were to young to remember Stan’s but believe me you mussed the best !!!!

OLD DAWG

October 3rd, 2009
4:41 am

It’s amazing an old techie and an oldg could agree on anything , but yes Sta’s was the best most of you you were to young to remember it. But you missed the best !!!!

Lida

October 3rd, 2009
4:44 am

this looking awesome. I m so hungry. I will go Katz’s Anyone Come :D

Bill

October 3rd, 2009
5:05 am

The philly at Mad Italian

Mike

October 3rd, 2009
5:27 am

Enter your comments here As a long time Atlanta resident, raised in NYC, I believe the Pastrami sandwich at the Hoboken deli in Marietta (Sandy Plains and Hwy 5 intersection) is without peer for at least 500 miles. The meat is excellent and the bread is great. For excellence, it can’t be beat.

Bill

October 3rd, 2009
5:31 am

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HENRI’S BAKERY – Roast Beef Po Boy…THE BEST!!!

BILL

October 3rd, 2009
5:39 am

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question publix hard roll da- thats what makes a phila hogie that why deli s have problem with subs phl cheece steaks etc the roll is the star

for the greatest sandwich ie verggie on mujlti grain toasted amsterdam cafe located amsterdam walk better known as amsterdam atlanta hands down best

td

October 3rd, 2009
5:46 am

wrights gourmet is the best

anydawks

October 3rd, 2009
6:23 am

The Bleu House Cafe in Norcross

Someone

October 3rd, 2009
6:24 am

Alon’s and Star Provisions ( anything Anne Quantranno does is excellent !! ) — I haven’t been to Muss & Turners yet but it must be great because Todd Mussman is a great Chef !

Glenn Horne

October 3rd, 2009
6:28 am

Yesterday, we split a dominos chicken sandwich with all kinds of cheeses and really enjoyed it. We will definitely buy another one.

Big Jon

October 3rd, 2009
7:17 am

it is sad but true. A grocery store from Florida kicks everybodies a–. That be Publix’s. No one comes close. I am 300 lbs. I know. Fat boys know where the good food is. No sissy little buckhead resturant will ever come close. just a thought.

Mr_natural

October 3rd, 2009
7:28 am

Yes Martin, Publix does have really good subs, believe it or not. Maybe that’s not chic enough for you

Ann

October 3rd, 2009
7:33 am

Saw several comments about the Havana Sandwich Shop that use to be on Buford Hwy. just south of North Druid Hills. It is reopening in the Crossroads Village Shopping Center, corner of Buford Hwy. and Clairmont Road (next to the Aldi’s grocery, behind the Burger King). And it’s next to former Fuzzy’s employee’s new restaurant Pirate’s Pub. Havana definitely had the best Cuban. Pirate’s Pub has Joe Dale’s menu and recipes. Great food…really nice new shopping center.

Ann

October 3rd, 2009
7:36 am

McCalisters Deli in Roswell has the best sandwiches. The orange cranberry club is awesome!

TRISHIE

October 3rd, 2009
7:40 am

I love Lenny’s located on Austell Road Marietta. They have the best chicken philly I have ever tasted.

Twyla

October 3rd, 2009
7:46 am

Enter your comments here Best Reuben in and around is at the International Cafe in Helen Ga.

Susan Pulford

October 3rd, 2009
7:47 am

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Jason’s Deli in Buckhead has sandwiches so full that I usually take half home to eat the next day. The other locations are OK but the Buckhead location is fabulous.

northern xposure

October 3rd, 2009
8:03 am

Hoboken’s Sandy Plains. For all my northerners who miss a real deli.

Betsyk2

October 3rd, 2009
8:14 am

Reuben’s on Broad Street

bob

October 3rd, 2009
8:16 am

Public!!! Nothing beats their sandwiches

CInco

October 3rd, 2009
8:16 am

Enter your comments here – Capozzi’s Deli in East Cobb serves the best Roast Beef (very rare) and Cheddar with horseradish mayo on whole grain. Nothing else like it anywhere.

Brent

October 3rd, 2009
8:21 am

Is there ANYWHERE to get a decent hot pastrami? Without having to leave the state, I mean.

BeeWee

October 3rd, 2009
8:21 am

Mo’s Pizza on Briarcliff @ N Druid Hills has a phenomenal reuben sandwich and homemade chips. I’ve tried reubens at lots of other places, but none compare!

Michael Hyde

October 3rd, 2009
8:28 am

You have to check out East 48th street deli in Dunwoody. Authentic Italian. I can’t believe no one has mentioned it. I like the meatball sub, the #13, and the chicken parm sandwich. This place puts publix, quizno’s, and the rest of the chain restaurants to shame.

Nykol Flan

October 3rd, 2009
8:34 am

Mine…I make pretty good subs…

bill

October 3rd, 2009
8:38 am

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Sub Base across from Chamblee High School has the best subs. Hot Pastrami and Philly are the best.

scott c

October 3rd, 2009
8:42 am

Turkey slawich at Elliott Street Pub, 55 Elliott Street SW. Great beer too

Miguel

October 3rd, 2009
8:53 am

The Fancy Pantry in Roswell

jim

October 3rd, 2009
8:53 am

D none of the above, you want a sub go to nyc! yeah yeah go home yankee! truth is, you don’t know a sandwich til you have one there. anything else is just meat on bread. i can’t even believe someone said “subway”! you must be from the south

Bobby

October 3rd, 2009
9:15 am

Gruby’s New York Deli, order a bronx bomber…

Rena

October 3rd, 2009
9:29 am

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A new little place called Nectar in Oakhurst makes tasty paninis. And until the fire, the 5th of Earl on College Avenue in Decatur made some great, high quality sandwiches. Hope they are able to re-open for all to enjoy.

thrashyou

October 3rd, 2009
9:29 am

The Cuban at TACO MAC

Jody Robinson

October 3rd, 2009
9:33 am

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The best sandwiches in Atlanta, hands down, are at Le Petit Marche in Kirkwood.

reH

October 3rd, 2009
10:06 am

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Alladin’s falafel sandwich!

Tom T

October 3rd, 2009
10:21 am

Pim. cheese at the Varsity

Tom T

October 3rd, 2009
10:30 am

that’s a piminto cheese samwich

Rusty

October 3rd, 2009
10:33 am

Reubens Deli downtown has the best sandwiches in the city.

Spanky

October 3rd, 2009
10:43 am

TANK

October 3rd, 2009
10:43 am

baldinos the italian

Lecia

October 3rd, 2009
10:51 am

Not sure if it’s still around, but Cowans Sandwich Shop in Atl. off Spring St. had the best real sandwiches I have ever eaten. Real sandwiches not subs.

BB

October 3rd, 2009
11:02 am

BALDINOS BOAR’S HEAD TURKEY with cranberry – unreal good!

Voice of Reason #1

October 3rd, 2009
11:06 am

Hey, Phil Skinner and Shane Harrison…what is, and what’s the source of, that sandwich in the photo?? Is that a club sandwich? From where? Looks GOOD!!

FSUTiger

October 3rd, 2009
11:06 am

The Vortex–Reuben, or Cap’n Larry’s Porkn Pirate…Or you could always go for the Triple Bypass.

Voice of Reason #1

October 3rd, 2009
11:09 am

Brent, I’ve had good pastrami at The Tavern (Phipps); they say they fly it in everyday from NYC. But I’d like to find some good NY pastrami-style sandwiches somewhere on the north side (Roswell/Alpharetta area). Anyone, please advise.

Everybody's John

October 3rd, 2009
11:23 am

Everybody’s at Emory did both the EB’s Sandwich (Roast beef, pastrami, provolone cheese) hot on a hoagie roll with lettuce tomato and their herb dressing. Also the Kenilworth (onions, green pepper, mushrooms, pepperoni and sausage with provolone) and a drizzle of the herb dressing.

These guys needed to franchise years ago, but missed the boat… they also deep sixed some of the best offerings on the menu. Maybe I’ll start a franchise… “Everyones”.

I worked there for over 10 years and they seem to have “thrown the baby out with the bathwater” while changing their menu.

Pizza is good, but pricy.

H E Pennypacker

October 3rd, 2009
11:29 am

Joel’s (RIP…) had the best sandwiches in downtown. No deli meat here…the turkey was carved fresh off the bird.

Shon

October 3rd, 2009
11:31 am

Mr. Everything on MLK near the old Paschal. I love his Rueben’s

olivia

October 3rd, 2009
11:55 am

lol…i know its like 5 hours away….but its still in Georgia….i love uncle bubba’s sandwiches!!!!!! its in Savanna, Georgia. if you ever go over that way you should definatly check it out.

olivia

October 3rd, 2009
11:57 am

but if u want my favorite sandwich here…..i don’t really go searching, but i really enjoy the sandwiches at Bahama Breeze on Barret Parkway