With Sawicki's closing a year ago, this is my favorite sandwich spot right now. It is NOT Sawicki's quality, but it has great range and a cool vibe. The meatball is really good--in fact, all of the hot sandwiches I've had are really good. The cold sandwiches use the same cheese, which is grated, as the hot sandwiches and I find it messy to eat the cold sammy's this way--different cheese for different purposes would be an add on. The owner is always working the register with two people in the kitchen. He's friendly, but not overly so and keeps the lines and the orders moving. There are a wide variety of chips to go with your order. What I truly love about the place is the wide variety of sandwiches available, there must be at least 40 on the board and a few other posted around the counter. The vibe is rock-n-roll cool, lots of old band posters, which works pretty well with the "cosmic-hippy" ethos of the place. The seating area is sometimes open (roll up windows on a canvas structure) and has fans but of course no AC. It could be cleaner--its open air at times and needs more frequent wiping down, and I'm not a big fan of the rickety chairs and tables, but I suppose really comfortable stuff would encourage Emory students/grad-students to occupy them for hours at a time. Overall pretty good food, much, much better than the Jimmy Johns that just opened up the street, a cool enough vibe, I go there for lunch regularly and encourage folks to check it out if you haven't yet done so.