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    Cool Quizno's

    Does anyone know if the 5 Quizno's slated for Montreal are open yet? There is nothing better than one of those parmesan/rosemary bread loafs after a romp with an espy.

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    There is one open in the Shakespeare plaza in Dollard.
    (On Des Sources, near the 40).

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    Mikes still have the best subs by far, but they are more expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jost
    Mikes still have the best subs by far, but they are more expensive.
    You're kidding right? Mikes are to submarines and pizza what McDonalds are to hamburgers. The only place to get a good sub is from your local pizza/sub parlor, whichever one happens to be your fave. My favorite pizza is from Trevi in Verdun and their subs are great too. Manzo's in LaSalle also has great subs. But Mikes? No thanks.

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    Cool

    Tex,
    Did you go to the one in Dollard, or another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Techman
    You're kidding right? Mikes are to submarines and pizza what McDonalds are to hamburgers. The only place to get a good sub is from your local pizza/sub parlor, whichever one happens to be your fave. My favorite pizza is from Trevi in Verdun and their subs are great too. Manzo's in LaSalle also has great subs. But Mikes? No thanks.
    I agree with you about Mikes now. But the best subs I ever had (my mouth is watering just thinking about them - even after all these years) were from the "hole in the wall" Mikes on Somerled just before Cavendish in NDG circa 1970. The best steak and cheese subs I ever ate!!!! Was a "regular" there in the early '70s. Went back there a few months ago - ordered the steak & cheese - could not even finish it. What a disappointment.

    D .....

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    Cool

    tex,
    should be 5 of them total by 2006 in mtl

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    Correction.....the one on Sources is in what is called Promenade Des Sources and not Shakespeare plaza....my mistake !!

    It's on the East side of Sources between Brunswick and de Salaberry in a long strip mall.

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    Quiznos

    Quiznos is awesome.

    I like the toasted bread subs. I eat them all the time at home. A little on the expensive side though when you add in chips, drink, and dessert.

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    Cool Hilltop and quizno's-what a combo

    I bought 6 2 foot loaves of quizno's rosemary parmesan bread after a show in ottawa last month...I brought it home and froze it, but it was gone in 4 days...

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    Mmm, mmm...toasty!

    I love how they put a generous amount of mayo, oil & vinegar, lettuce, etc. on your sub. That, in combination with the toasted bread, makes it an awesome juicy thick sub.

    Yeah, it's not healthy for you, but awfully tasty.

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