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Guess Where We're Eating!?

There are few humans that haven't had the desire to get rich quick and retire young. But after almost 40 years in South Florida, this Broward County sandwich shop is nowhere near slowing down. In fact, they are getting ready to open up their 5th store next month.

This original location - and the smallest of the current four - has been handing out hoagies longer than some of their customers have even been alive. They're Zagat-rated, New Times-rated, and obviously, Dori Zinn-rated. They've got the street cred to last them at least another 40 solid years, if not more.

With sandwiches the size of toddlers and bread so soft you could sleep on it, it's no surprise this South Florida institution has lasted so long.

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