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Old 09-28-2019, 07:24 PM   #1
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Default Subs in the Lakes Region

Is it me, or are subs in the Lakes Region comparatively expensive? For example, in my hometown, large subs are ~$8 and are sizable. Giuseppe's, Sub Crazy, Artie's, Elvio's, etc. are all $10 or so and not very big at all.

Interestingly, pizza is essentially the same at ~$11-12. Weird.

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Old 09-29-2019, 08:55 AM   #2
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Locally, subs made at Subway or Sub Crazy are astronomically, out of this world, super expensive!

The Gilford and Plymouth Walmarts both have pre-made 12" subs in a deli cooler for under five dollars, which are actually pretty danged good .... and for some unknown reason ..... do not have the 9% NH food tax.

The Gilford Walmart has individual donuts like a large Boston creme pie, chocolate donut for 68-cents. For a really good cup of totally free, k-cup coffee ..... hit the Meredith Village Saving Bank in front of Lowe's.
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THE best subs in the Lakes region, available at JoJo's in Moultonboro are crzy $ also but worth every damn dime. Closing for the season on Columbus day!
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THE best subs in the Lakes region, available at JoJo's in Moultonboro are crzy $ also but worth every damn dime. Closing for the season on Columbus day!
Naw, JoJo's subs are $7.50 and, as you said, awesome. It's everywhere else that seems out of line. Again, comparatively.

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If you haven't had a steak bomb sub from Huck's Hoagies (Wolfeboro), you haven't had a great one (huge-delicious- $8-$10)
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If you haven't had a steak bomb sub from Huck's Hoagies (Wolfeboro), you haven't had a great one (huge-delicious- $8-$10)
Drop the Mic... Conversation is over. Can you even compare another Sub to Huck's Steak Bomb? I think not !!
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Drop the Mic... Conversation is over. Can you even compare another Sub to Huck's Steak Bomb? I think not !!
I’ve never had Hucks but the steak bomb at Winnisquam deli is pretty amazing. When a sub is that good, who cares what it costs.
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I’ve never had Hucks but the steak bomb at Winnisquam deli is pretty amazing. When a sub is that good, who cares what it costs.
Agreed, within reason. Artie's at $10 felt like a rip-off.

I'm coming from Marc's/Benedetti's, so I'm a bit spoiled.

Gotta check out Huck's. The Wolfgang's in Wolfeboro was awesome a couple weeks back.

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I’ve never had Hucks but the steak bomb at Winnisquam deli is pretty amazing. When a sub is that good, who cares what it costs.
Not I. Quality over Quantity every time.
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John's Roast Beef is really good for subs. They pack them full.
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I second John's. Unfortunately after living/working in the Nashua area, my standard bearer is Cahill's Super Sub in Hudson. No one comes close until I had a Philly steak bomb from a street vendor in Philly.
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JoJo's #10 on crusty bread, loaded. The best Italian I've ever had and I've tried many. We try to make it a staple once every week we're up there. Be prepared to get sloppy. They are definitely NOT overpriced and cheaper than many other places I've gotten them. They're under $9 and are really good for two meals.
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Sub Crazy in Meredith, next to Case 'n Keg, has amazing subs. The large italian is about $9 but it will easily feed two people, maybe three. I tried eating one on my own once and couldn't do it. http://www.subcrazymeredith.com/
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Sub Crazy in Meredith, next to Case 'n Keg, has amazing subs. The large italian is about $9 but it will easily feed two people, maybe three. I tried eating one on my own once and couldn't do it. http://www.subcrazymeredith.com/
This is one of the places I'm not jazzed about. Chicken parm was over $10 last time and not awesome.

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This is one of the places I'm not jazzed about. Chicken parm was over $10 last time and not awesome.

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We went there a few times and I wasn't impressed either. We've been picking up cold cut sandwiches at the Mobil across from the town docks and found them to be better than Sub Crazy.
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We went there a few times and I wasn't impressed either. We've been picking up cold cut sandwiches at the Mobil across from the town docks and found them to be better than Sub Crazy.
Do any local places make a better sub than was once available at Waldo Peppers?

That was the gold standard.
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We also love the Moble Station for subs and great Pizzas also.
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When I first saw this thread I thought it was about personal submarines (1-4 people). Seeing that is not the case, it did start me wondering if anyone has one or knows of one that has operated in the Lake? Prices seem to range from about $18K up to the millions so it's not inconceivable that there has been one out there lurking.

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Got my first sub there today. A LARGE Italian...It was excellent and huge.

I've been passing this place for a very long time and never knew...

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Got my first sub there today. A LARGE Italian...It was excellent and huge.

I've been passing this place for a very long time and never knew...

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My wife and I walk to town on weekend mornings and get our coffee and a freshly cooked muffin there also.
You have to get there early though, the muffins are usually gone by 9am.
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Got my first sub there today. A LARGE Italian...It was excellent and huge.

I've been passing this place for a very long time and never knew...

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We talking about Mobil?

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Yes, across from the Town Docks.
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Yes, across from the Town Docks.
They have hot subs?

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Even got tortellini salad.

And I filled my gas tank at the same time.
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Default Mobil gas station subs...

When I watched her place my sub on a wrap paper, I thought,.."Not a bad size".

I was wrong, she then picked up the "other half" and placed that on the paper.

Holy cow!

Does anyone want to help me eat the rest of this thing?

They also make their own bread.

And it's a gas station.
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Sounds like “more” than a Mobil station!
Have to take a ride over there...
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I never had a hot sub there but their cold cut subs are very good. I usually get a wrap and they really fill them up.
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The sub/pizza kitchen at Meredith Mobil has a stainless sink with town water, and it is deep enough to fill one of those large blue, 5-gal water lug-a-jugs that get used for island water, and the boss lady there lets you fill it up for free should you be out of potable water for your mega-million dollar, Winni camp.

Plus, there's a rest room around behind the no charge atm with hot, hot water in its' small sink that's useful if you've been messing with a 6-gallon boat, portable gas tank to wash the gas off your hands.

Also, ditto that for the LaDaSun ..... a triple freebie ..... and you get to run it all direct across Rt-3 from Lake St without having to use that awful hawk signal which stops all the traffic for two minutes whenever the hawk button is pushed.

Anyone know, did Rusty hold onto Meredith Mobil or did it get sold along with the hotels? He probably still owns it since it's a 6am-10pm gas station with a super location and it is not a hotel?
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The sub/pizza kitchen at Meredith Mobil has a stainless sink with town water, and it is deep enough to fill one of those large blue, 5-gal water lug-a-jugs that get used for island water, and the boss lady there lets you fill it up for free should you be out of potable water for your mega-million dollar, Winni camp.

Plus, there's a rest room around behind the no charge atm with hot, hot water in its' small sink that's useful if you've been messing with a 6-gallon boat, portable gas tank to wash the gas off your hands.

Also, ditto that for the LaDaSun ..... a triple freebie ..... and you get to run it all direct across Rt-3 from Lake St without having to use that awful hawk signal which stops all the traffic for two minutes whenever the hawk button is pushed.

Anyone know, did Rusty hold onto Meredith Mobil or did it get sold along with the hotels? He probably still owns it since it's a 6am-10pm gas station with a super location and it is not a hotel?
They must cringe when they see you coming. I had to pay for some guys coffee and muffin in front of me one day because his debit card bounced. I felt bad for him because he looked in rough shape. Was that you?
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they must cringe when they see you coming. I had to pay for some guys coffee and muffin in front of me one day because his debit card bounced. I felt bad for him because he looked in rough shape. Was that you?
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They must cringe when they see you coming. I had to pay for some guys coffee and muffin in front of me one day because his debit card bounced. I felt bad for him because he looked in rough shape. Was that you?
Correction... you did not have to pay. You chose to pay out of the kindness in your heart. If it were a case of “had to pay”, your hard earned money would have passed thou the hands of the government first.
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..... no, was not me ..... the Meredith Village Savings Bank, a healthy five minute walk along the bay, has k-cup coffee for free in a very high quality paper cup! The bank makes you feel like a million dollars.

Heard the bank will give you a 12" meatball w/ melted mozzarella cheese on Fridays from 4-6pm, when you deposit a local paycheck for $200 or more, at their take out window!
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That coffee is for bank customers. I hope you have an account with them.

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Sub? Really? The Lakes Region had definitely been taken over by flatlanders from the NYC area. Grinders people, grinders are in NH.
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Sub? Really? The Lakes Region had definitely been taken over by flatlanders from the NYC area. Grinders people, grinders are in NH.
But "Grinder Crazy" doesn't have the right ring
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They must cringe when they see you coming.
He could be a regular at one or more of the local "food pantries" for the poor, the luckless and the homeless.

Motto: "Who doesn't like free cheese?"
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Sub? Really? The Lakes Region had definitely been taken over by flatlanders from the NYC area. Grinders people, grinders are in NH.
Don't forget Ct/RI/MA and just a fyi, the owner of Sub Crazy came up from Florida.
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He could be a regular at one or more of the local "food pantries" for the poor, the luckless and the homeless.

Motto: "Who doesn't like free cheese?"
He's probably got more money than all of us but he's constantly in search of fee-bees.

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Sub? Really? The Lakes Region had definitely been taken over by flatlanders from the NYC area. Grinders people, grinders are in NH.
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In NY we NEVER call them subs or grinders . We call them “hero’s “

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Hesitant to disclose, but not sure how there hasn't been one mention for Skelly's. They make an eye-talian sub like you dream about. Had plenty of others there, too, and they never disappoint.
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Another thread that amazes me.... Everyone talking about sub prices, but not many talking about sub types... sizes etc.....

Jo Jo's in Moultonborough is about the best for price and quality of a cold sub.... I am in love with the #10.....

I haven't found subway in Moultonborough any more or less expensive they any other subway shop I have been in, all over this country....

Overall Jo Jo's prices and sizes are pretty comparable to what I see where I live in Massachusetts.....

As for Aritie's I have only eaten there once, and wasn't happy with the quality or size, and I haven't been back....

Overall I don't think sub prices are all that bad around the lake.... however if you used to ordering a small sub at home, and go to Jo Jo's for the crusty sub roll, I guess I can see where the price might seem high.... But get something the same size at home, and I believe you will find out they are a decent value....
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Derived from the Greek gyros???
Not that I know of all sandwiches hot or cold, Italian or American are called "heroes" in NY. We do not use Hoagie, grinder or sub (unless your at subway, lol) at all.
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Not that I know of all sandwiches hot or cold, Italian or American are called "heroes" in NY. We do not use Hoagie, grinder or sub (unless your at subway, lol) at all.

You missed the sense of humor-gyros is sort of pronounced heroes. Thus my little joke that you didn't get.
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Another thread that amazes me.... Everyone talking about sub prices, but not many talking about sub types... sizes etc.....

Jo Jo's in Moultonborough is about the best for price and quality of a cold sub.... I am in love with the #10.....

I haven't found subway in Moultonborough any more or less expensive they any other subway shop I have been in, all over this country....

Overall Jo Jo's prices and sizes are pretty comparable to what I see where I live in Massachusetts.....

As for Aritie's I have only eaten there once, and wasn't happy with the quality or size, and I haven't been back....

Overall I don't think sub prices are all that bad around the lake.... however if you used to ordering a small sub at home, and go to Jo Jo's for the crusty sub roll, I guess I can see where the price might seem high.... But get something the same size at home, and I believe you will find out they are a decent value....
Jo Jo's is the best I've had east of Chicago.
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You missed the sense of humor-gyros is sort of pronounced heroes. Thus my little joke that you didn't get.
Over my head, sorry I have heard "yeros". Oh well I guess a slow moment for me
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Over my head, sorry I have heard "yeros". Oh well I guess a slow moment for me

That's ok. You're entitled. It wasn't a very good joke anyway. Too dry.
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Too dry.
Next time just add a dash of oil and vinegar.
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Next time just add a dash of oil and vinegar.
Or sugar? Might be too sour with vinegar.
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How about Full Beli Deli in Wolfeboro. It looks to me as if they have gone to only one size, 12", but some pricing differences depending upon what you order. I have never been disappointed with their products. The nomenclature for this type of product changes as you travel around the country, but the proliferation of Subway shops has done a lot to spread the word "sub" as a universal term, notwithstanding local terminology.
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