Is anyone familiar with this relatively small chain which operates in Chicago, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, and the Washington DC area.
I passed by a location last week in downtown DC and my attention was drawn to their signboard out front advertising sandwiches at $3.79. They serve the usual cold cuts and tuna and chicken salad. They also have peanut butter & jelly. Everything is served on a fresh baked 6" long, wide flat italian like roll, which at least for the meats, is then toasted and then topped any way you like. Nothing really new in all that, but my italian tasted great, just the right size, and at that price, a real winner in my book. Probably just as much meat as Quiznos, and 2 bucks less. Q has a nice product, but your sandwich will never look like they picture it, less inside, and not a good value. I sure wouldn't mind a Potbelly in my area.