Don't get stuck in a 'wich rut. Instead, grab some Good Grub, stellar sub sandwiches on local bakery bread, brimming with quality cold cuts and piled with farmer's-market-fresh veggies.If each meal had its own mascot, lunch's would most certainly be the sandwich. And while the perfect blend of portability and edibility makes for a delectable meal on the go, it's easy to be stuck in a 'wich rut. (We're lookin' at you, cold cut combo on whole wheat, hold the mayo.) But at Good Grub Subs, each size sub is the same price, so your high-maintenance tastes aren't constrained by swinging meat costs. Owner Alan offers a unique twist to the customizable luncheon: hungry visitors pull a reusable card for the type of sub they would like, mark their topping choices and hand 'em over. Folks, think of it as your noontime munchings, civilized—those days of shouting your topping choices across the counter at some lackadaisical kid are over.
Good Grub is the sort of neighborhood sandwich-ery where you'll be cheerfully greeted by name, you'll grab some healthy, fresh grub and there won't be any surprises when you get the bill. In spite of offering each size sub at the same price, they're still piling Boar's Head meats (the stuff of chicken pesto and roasted pork loin), quality cheeses and 40-plus toppings (including farmer's-market-fresh veggies) onto local bakery buns. That means such concoctions as the Club Melt—brimming with turkey, ham, bacon and provolone—aren't money sappers. But in addition, Alan informed us that they offer gluten-free subs, too. And unlike most other sandwich shops, here they use dedicated equipment so there's no chance of cross-contamination. So whether you like to trust the expert sandwich designers or prefer to take a choose-your-own-adventure sub route—trust us, you've got options.
8" sub, $6.25
12" sub, $7.75
4" sub, $3.99
Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.