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Ramon's Sun, 07/27/03 2:07 AM (permalink)
A place in Martinsburg WVa that has been here for years. They make some of the biggest sandwiches I've ever had. The turkey and ham are just incredible with how much meat they put on. I'm a huge eater and I rarely order a whole sandwich.

They also serve a lot of pizza's but I hated it. I won't make that mistake again.

They offer a hot food bar with a good selection. Some really good potatoes and gravy, fried chicken, pork ribs, meatloaf, roasted turkey and stuffed peppers. When we moved out here we lived in the Holiday Inn for 4 months. We ate here 3 or 4 times a week.

The sandwiches are not expensive but the hot bar can be. They charge by the pound and tend to load up on the veggies. The desserts are usually really good too.

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