Best of Patch: Who Makes The Best Sandwiches in Reading?

Please vote for your favorite sandwich place by taking our poll and by clicking on the directory link and writing a short 1 or 2 sentence review.

Our inaugural Best of Patch contest kicks off this week with food on our minds.  

Do you have a favorite sandwich place or sub shop in town?  

Here are some of our favorite places, but if we're leaving one off of the list, please let us know in the comments and we'll add it:


And if your favorite place to grab a sandwich is in a neighboring town, vote here: ; ; ; ; ; ; and . 

Voting in the poll below is open until 9 a.m. Friday. Because this poll is not scientific, it is not the sole consideration in choosing a winner. The winner will be determined by the Patch editor, based on poll results and reviews on Patch Places. Please vote only once per survey, per Patch.

Vicki Fortin March 01, 2012 at 07:39 PM
depending on what I am in the mood for will determine my favorite, Last corner, by far best breakfast sandwiches, done just how you want them. If you can hit it just right I think Bagel world has the best bagel sandwiches, used to love to take the kids there, could take them and their friends without breaking the bank, unfortunatly the line is not worth the wait most of the time. looking for a sub i think that P&S has some really great ones, but I have had troubles in the past with them being out of stuff when i stop on the way home from work, could be just bad timing on my part though. Love the names of the sandwiches at old reading butcher, but I am an old fashioned girl and the "gourmet" thing does nothing for me when I want a simple sub or sandwich. Cant say I have been to some of the ones on the list, but after the comments read here I will have to make time to go to di cara's (course I didn't even know it was there until last week) Sammy Jo's I was not impressed with, but it was personal taste, not quality or service. With all this said keep in mind I am a simple girl and sundried tomatoes and honeymustard mayo and salad "greens" do NOTHING for me, give me ham and cheese with onions and pickles or a jr with mayo and cheese and I am a happy happy girl so if your tastes run to the "gourmet" side LOL don't listen to a word I say! :0)
Emily M March 02, 2012 at 01:58 PM
Last Corner - is there some secret password you have to say to get good food here? The first and last time I went I got eggs on a soggy paper plate. I could have made better food at home.The staff were nice but i have no idea how this place is in business.
John March 02, 2012 at 02:18 PM
Honestly Emily I'm very surprised. I have been a loyal customer since the late 70's and have never walked away disappointed...maybe my standards are lower, but I love their no frills approach to serving delicious, reasonably priced breakfasts and lunches. I'll take it over Christophers anyday, had breakfast there on Tuesday and paid $10.06 plus $2 tip for three undercooked pancakes and a cup of coffee...outrageous.
Readingite March 02, 2012 at 06:07 PM
What are the names at the butcher shop I have never seen anything except the normal names
Vicki Fortin March 02, 2012 at 06:50 PM
I don't have the menu in front of me at the moment, but they are wizard of oz based names, eg the cowardly lion, cutesie


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