Did you mean?Try your search again
I am glad to see that this subshop which used to be centered in Rochester, NY has spread out to other places that we visit. They have some of the best tasting sandwiches on the freshest buns.
You get to choose from ham, capicola, roast beef, turkey, tuna salad, veggie salad.
You get a choice from three sizes and four different types of buns, including whole grain.
There are dozens of combinations of condiments and additives.
Everything is fresh daily.
The decor is old fashioned with tin-plate ceilings and dark heavey wood trim and stenciled glass. The floor is a checkerboard of black and white tiles. The lighting are those old globe lamps hung from the ceiling.
It is counter service where you walk along the counter and tell the food preparer which things you want to combine together in your sandwich and they make it right then and there. By the time you get to the cashier and pay the $7 for a large sandwich with coke, the food is ready to go and eat. You can stay and get a sit in one of the comfortable booths or have them bag it and take it home with you.
Updated Oct 30, 2007
Address: 3900 Union Road
Cheektowaga has incorporated several local communities and neighborhoods into its township.
Presently those locations include:
Cleveland Hill... neighborhood north of
Depew... this village is shared between Lancaster and Cheektowaga
Doyle... neighborhood west of town
Forks... at Union Road (route 277) and Broadway (route 130)
Maryvale... west of the airport
Pine Hill... neighborhood Villa Maria College is located
U-Crest... neighborhood near Union Road (route 277) and Genesee Street (route 33)
Williamsville.... part of this village is in Cheektowaga and part in Amherst
Written Oct 30, 2007