RE: Hoagie in Tunkhannock, PA
Hey, Oldlowe, I work withing walking distance of the Downtown Deli. They make a good sandwich.
Twig's, 2 blocks away, makes an excellent burger, hand pressed and available medium rare if you ask nicely.
Sicilia, across the street and a block down, makes a couple nice items; the fritatta with asparagus and prosciutto and the Deluxe sub with Genoa salami, pepperoni, sopressota and prosciutto with provolone, l/t/o, and italian dressing; I wrote them up here about 2 years ago. He's been skimping and stretching hte budget though, and IMO the quality has gone downhill recently.
Pompeii and Full Belly Deli are decent enough, with my nod going to Pompeii as better; and the chicken wing pizza at Angelo's is really good, too. Vesuvio makes a nice set of pizza/calzone/stromboli.
And NEPA isn't a culinary wasteland when it comes to Roadfood; it's idiosyncratic, but that's part of what I think roadfood is. Best part is coming up, from June through September all the church and firehouse bazaars.
who has eaten some meals in Tunkhannock and likes it there