Spent lunch with the boys before heading back home. Very good service and the food was delicious. Prices were reasonable. A must visit.
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Absolutely nothing french about this place save the name. Frozen, doughy bread shaped as a baguette that was gross. Name should be changed to squishy, American white bread posing as a French sandwich shop.
I always forget how much I love their sandwiches. I get the same thing every time. 6" turkey on sourdough, with provolone cheese... minus cucumbers and with the tomato pesto sauce. Subway doesn't even begin to compare to here. If you want a good sandwich,...More
Very good sandwiches and an extensive menu, including some veggie offerings. If you, can, avoid the lunch hour rush. The Baguette de France is popular, and it takes a few minutes to make each sandwich.