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2006/09/17 21:59:05 (permalink)

Missing my cheeseburger subs

I'm originally from Baltimore and moved to Central NJ 6 years ago. I loved to get cheeseburger subs from Baltimore, really just about anywhere. 2 beef patties, american cheese, fried onions, lettuce, tomato, and mayo on a sub roll. Unfortunately since I've moved to NJ I havent been able to find a place that makes them. Any help in located a cheeseburger sub like the one describe above would be helpful.

I'm in Keyport on the shore but willing to ride up to 30 mins for a good cheeseburger sub.
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    signman
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/17 22:44:38 (permalink)
    The subs in Baltimore suck, because most of them are made on sub rolls from H&S Bakery which are absolutely foul tasting. When I want a good sub I go to the White House in Atlantic City, NJ. Drive a little more than your 30 minutes and you will be enjoying the best subs on the planet.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/18 00:21:45 (permalink)
    white house makes a great cheeseburger sub, and there are plenty of other places down here in AC area that make them as well....

    in your central jersey area, next time you are in the freehold area, try Sorrento's Subs...
    they are on Rt. 33 between rt. 9 and the GSP.... I've gotten excellent tuna subs there...
    they probably make your cheeseburger sub, as well....... (garden state parkway south , from your Keyport area, then take exit 100, and go west...

    welcome to jersey!
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/18 17:48:33 (permalink)
    Thanks guys. I was actually willing to drive into Newark but I wont drive all the way down to AC. lol

    Wheres the best cheesesteaks in the Central NJ area?
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    ann peeples
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/18 19:37:16 (permalink)
    I am beginning to think we have boring food in Wisconsin...cheeseburger sub sounds great!!!!!
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/18 19:47:44 (permalink)
    ann,
    cheese is never boring
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/18 19:53:20 (permalink)
    But that is all we have, Xannie!!!And the hips to prove it......
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/18 19:56:26 (permalink)
    i'll send you some hatch chiles
    that'll put some fire in the wire..
    i'm gonna need help..i'm becoming
    a chilehead.
    it's those dang endorphine rushes...
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/18 20:09:51 (permalink)
    Yorkside Pizza in New Haven used to make a great cheeseburger grinder, aka sub. Probably still do. Basically same idea, but no mayo or fried onions, though both could probably be had.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/18 20:11:16 (permalink)
    New Haven CT?
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/19 08:22:49 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by SNSPERFORMANCE

    New Haven CT?

    Correct. On York Street near Elm Street. They also make terrific Greek -style pizza (baked in a shallow pan, not at all like the Chicago pan pizza). Same folks have been working there for over 25 years.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/19 13:51:37 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by SNSPERFORMANCE

    Thanks guys. I was actually willing to drive into Newark but I wont drive all the way down to AC. lol



    I used to drive from Morristown, northwest of Newark, down to AC about 3-4 times a year for the White House Cheeseburger sub. IMHO, it is the single best sub on the planet. If you do make it there, don't forget the Sausage Parm sub as well, which is a close #2.

    God, I miss the White House.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/19 14:05:08 (permalink)
    if you go to the white house, slip the guy making your sub a buck..it's worth it.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/19 15:19:04 (permalink)
    My first experience with a cheeseburg grinder was from Lou's on Rt. 32 near the UConn campus. As you describe but with the addition of bacon. Long gone. My son has just relocated to Baltimore and is also looking for a decent grinder (OK sub) to match the Hartford ones that he is used to.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/19 16:30:19 (permalink)
    The truck next to my office makes cheeseburger hoagies. It's a nice ocassional treat.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/19 16:41:21 (permalink)
    I miss those subs too, nothing like them in ATL.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/19 17:32:54 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by Brookerme

    My first experience with a cheeseburg grinder was from Lou's on Rt. 32 near the UConn campus. As you describe but with the addition of bacon. Long gone. My son has just relocated to Baltimore and is also looking for a decent grinder (OK sub) to match the Hartford ones that he is used to.


    Alfeao's (sp) in Mondawmin Mall, 1st floor makes some really good subs.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/19 22:22:08 (permalink)
    Whose bread do they use?
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/20 18:50:21 (permalink)
    quote:
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    Whose bread do they use?


    I dont know but the burgers are so good I wasnt worrying about the bread.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/20 19:50:43 (permalink)
    Went to school in Baltimore, I'm still trying to lose the weight I gained from too many cheeseburger subs. My favorite sub place was Pappa Salli's in greenmount (sketchy area, only go during broad daylight, or call for delivery), they made the best cheesesteaks. I did like the bread, it was different from the standard bread you'd get in baltimore. I loved their cheesesteaks, but I think they did cheeseburger subs also. Another good place for subs is Angelo's in Hamden, the veal parm sub is particularly good, there. There are a couple places in southeast baltimore (canton, highlandtown) that are known for more authentic italian type subs (good hard rolls, etc.), but living near JHU, I never got a chance to check those places out.

    All that being said, I think the original poster will be able to find much better subs in NJ than in Baltimore.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/20 20:45:36 (permalink)
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    Went to school in Baltimore, I'm still trying to lose the weight I gained from too many cheeseburger subs. My favorite sub place was Pappa Salli's in greenmount (sketchy area, only go during broad daylight, or call for delivery), they made the best cheesesteaks. I did like the bread, it was different from the standard bread you'd get in baltimore. I loved their cheesesteaks, but I think they did cheeseburger subs also. Another good place for subs is Angelo's in Hamden, the veal parm sub is particularly good, there. There are a couple places in southeast baltimore (canton, highlandtown) that are known for more authentic italian type subs (good hard rolls, etc.), but living near JHU, I never got a chance to check those places out.

    All that being said, I think the original poster will be able to find much better subs in NJ than in Baltimore.


    I know where Greenmount is. I went to school at "City", the nation's 3rd oldest high school. Anyways I havent been able to find a cheeseburger sub in my area.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/20 20:56:58 (permalink)
    Olympia Diner in Newington,CT makes a great cheeseburg grinder
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/20 21:17:23 (permalink)
    I've been following this thread hoping someone would describe the bread and post a picture.

    Sounds a lot like a N'awlins hamburger poboy. I get mine without cheese and have never tried fried onions (don't even know if they're available). Typically dressed just with lots of mayo, shredded lettuce, pickle chips and tomatoes, on a crusty french roll.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/20 21:34:27 (permalink)
    wow, this thread really took off!

    also check out Sub World on Rt. 9 in Beachwood, (just south of Toms River)

    It is just south of the Roy Rogers restaurant.
    I've had excellent tuna subs to take out there, and the place seems to do a brisk take out business. They've got their act together.

    So my answer to you regarding best subs in central jersey are
    #1) Sorrento's and Sub World (tie!)
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/20 22:54:26 (permalink)
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    wow, this thread really took off!

    also check out Sub World on Rt. 9 in Beachwood, (just south of Toms River)

    It is just south of the Roy Rogers restaurant.
    I've had excellent tuna subs to take out there, and the place seems to do a brisk take out business. They've got their act together.

    So my answer to you regarding best subs in central jersey are
    #1) Sorrento's and Sub World (tie!)


    But do they make cheeseburger subs? I'll have to try them out I guess.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/21 03:04:49 (permalink)
    Had one today as a matter of fact....
    Not in Maryland, but in South Carolina......

    Here is the link to my photos and mini review of the restaurant in Conway, South Carolina--just outside Myrtle Beach........

    Enjoy..
    It was so good...
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=15426
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/21 07:29:09 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by roossy90

    Had one today as a matter of fact....
    Not in Maryland, but in South Carolina......

    Here is the link to my photos and mini review of the restaurant in Conway, South Carolina--just outside Myrtle Beach........

    Enjoy..
    It was so good...
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=15426

    Man, that looked good. I'd go for the sauteed onions, though.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/21 09:52:37 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by SNSPERFORMANCE

    I'm originally from Baltimore and moved to Central NJ 6 years ago. I loved to get cheeseburger subs from Baltimore, really just about anywhere. 2 beef patties, american cheese, fried onions, lettuce, tomato, and mayo on a sub roll. Unfortunately since I've moved to NJ I havent been able to find a place that makes them. Any help in located a cheeseburger sub like the one describe above would be helpful.

    I'm in Keyport on the shore but willing to ride up to 30 mins for a good cheeseburger sub.


    However, one consolation for moving from Ball-meer to NJ is that you are now in White Castle land. I'd call that a hell of a good consolation!

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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/21 18:55:45 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by QFan

    quote:
    Originally posted by SNSPERFORMANCE

    I'm originally from Baltimore and moved to Central NJ 6 years ago. I loved to get cheeseburger subs from Baltimore, really just about anywhere. 2 beef patties, american cheese, fried onions, lettuce, tomato, and mayo on a sub roll. Unfortunately since I've moved to NJ I havent been able to find a place that makes them. Any help in located a cheeseburger sub like the one describe above would be helpful.

    I'm in Keyport on the shore but willing to ride up to 30 mins for a good cheeseburger sub.


    However, one consolation for moving from Ball-meer to NJ is that you are now in White Castle land. I'd call that a hell of a good consolation!

    QFan
    Bonita Springs, FL


    Dude you have no idea. 1am after coming home from a Yankees game we went and racked up over $100 worth of food.
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    RE: Missing my cheeseburger subs 2006/09/21 20:42:28 (permalink)
    <<I'm in Keyport on the shore but willing to ride up to 30 mins for a good cheeseburger sub.>>

    There's a deli called Slater's on Rt 36 eastbound in Leonardo, which is probably only about 10 minutes from Keyport. They make subs that a lot of people really like. Me, believe it or not, I think they put TOO MUCH meat on thier subs, which puts the meat/bread ratio way out of whack, but I'd still recommend the place, they use good quality bread and meats. Give it a try anyway, since it's so close. I do not know if they make cheeseburger subs. ---Ken
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