The “other” coast is the East Coast (get it?!). The meats are thin-sliced and tasty, the lettuce etc. is fresh, and the bread is great (baguette-ish but without that pointy crust that hurts your mouth and makes all the contents squish out). The meatballs-and-marinara sandwich is tasty, the basic turkey and Swiss is also extremely satisfying, but you’re missing out if you don’t order the signature Rajun Cajun (turkey, pepper jack, onion, tomato, and spicy mayo).
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