D'Angelo Sandwich Shop

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2006/09/08 02:38:03 (permalink)

D'Angelo Sandwich Shop

Back in the day I used to eat at one of these, and it was 10 times better than Blimpie or Subway. Are they still good?
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    roossy90
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    RE: D'Angelo Sandwich Shop 2006/09/08 03:52:23 (permalink)
    They are all over Massachusetts..
    I dont think they are any better than any other chain IMHO...
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    RE: D'Angelo Sandwich Shop 2006/09/08 04:02:13 (permalink)
    Thanks. Well, they used to be.
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    RE: D'Angelo Sandwich Shop 2006/09/08 09:01:59 (permalink)
    D'Angelos is chain, alright (and maybe belongs in the FFF). IMO it is a step above Subway or Quiznos because it is a regional chain and bases its menu and preparation on the local sub shops. For me, D'Angelo's is a reasonable choice when I'm hungry in an area where I don't see a decent-looking Mom & Pop, but I don't make a point to go there.

    That said, they have been cross-branding with Pizza Hut and the like, and putting in mini-locations in gas-marts (as Blimpie's has) and the quality suffers in these locations.

    They are also trying a new concept to compete with the nationals, I think it's D'Angelo's Grilled Sandwiches. I haven't felt the need to try it, yet.
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    RE: D'Angelo Sandwich Shop 2006/09/10 21:03:24 (permalink)
    D'Angelos is pretty good - I prefer it to Subway for sure. The subs can be a bit skimpy, but they're generally tasty, served on nice fresh soft sub rolls.

    The steak & cheese (and its variations) can be pretty tasty, especially with a little pickle & hot peppers.

    Just be careful at D'Angelos - check your order before leaving the store. They are NOTORIOUS for not getting the order correct.

    D'Angelos is also partnering w/ Papa Gino's in some locations here in the Boston area.

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    RE: D'Angelo Sandwich Shop 2006/09/10 21:28:22 (permalink)
    Papa Gino's (awful, IMHO) and D'Angelos are under the same ownership. I agree D'angelo's is maybe a step or two above Subway....at least they have a grill, instead of a microwave, for the hot subs.

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    RE: D'Angelo Sandwich Shop 2006/09/10 21:47:18 (permalink)
    That's what I thought, thanks for answering my post. I just remember getting some good subs back in the day, I think one was called the #9 (steak and cheese), correct me if wrong.
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    RE: D'Angelo Sandwich Shop 2006/09/11 07:27:32 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by TheHotPepper.com

    That's what I thought, thanks for answering my post. I just remember getting some good subs back in the day, I think one was called the #9 (steak and cheese), correct me if wrong.


    Indeed. The "#9" is "Grilled steak, mushrooms, peppers, onions and cheese, grilled to perfection!".

    http://www.dangelos.com/standard_menu.html

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