Bakery/Sandwich Shops

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a noid
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Bakery/Sandwich Shops - Fri, 11/21/03 1:49 PM
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We have found some of the best venues for sandwiches when we travel are those that bake their own bread. So far, we have "discovered" Panera Bread, Montana Mills, Atlanta Baking Co and The Baker's Loaf
(unfortunately closed in our hometown.) Any others you could point me to

dendan
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RE: Bakery/Sandwich Shops - Fri, 11/21/03 2:00 PM
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Atlanta Bread Company is good...sometimes...

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RE: Bakery/Sandwich Shops - Fri, 11/21/03 2:15 PM
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Tim Horton's has excellent sandwiches, and soups. By the way, watch out for Tim Horton's chili if you're allergic to mushrooms. They don't mention it, but they put mushrooms in their chili.

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RE: Bakery/Sandwich Shops - Fri, 11/21/03 2:28 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

Tim Horton's has excellent sandwiches, and soups. By the way, watch out for Tim Horton's chili if you're allergic to mushrooms. They don't mention it, but they put mushrooms in their chili.


Mushrooms in chili? I thought there was a law against that? If not, there should be!