Death Row Sub

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So yesterday I had Chamber CEO Robert Heidt in for a podcast and I posed a simple question that I think I’ll make a regular feature with all my upcoming guests-

If you were on Death Row in Gloucester MA.  Going to be executed that night and the executioner gives you an option for one Submarine Sandwich from any Sub Shop In town which sub would it be and from which joint?

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Mine would be a Nor’Easter From Virgilios with prosciutto added.

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Virgilios, in the heart of Gloucester’s Beautiful West End.

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27 comments

  • Hand’s down my last sub would be the Saint Joseph (Virgillio’s) with xtra provelone. I salivate just thinking about it. Have to have a grapefruit soda too.

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  • Joey, could you tell us what’s in the Nor’Easter From Virgilios. I’ve never had one but it looks delicious. Thanks!

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    • Nor’Easter with Prosciutto – Prosciutto, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, pickles, roasted red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, olive salad, balsamic vinegar, oil & oregano. Wow.

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  • Captain Hook’s cheese steak bomb. Or Destino’s sausage and sweet peppers. Or, hey, it’s your last meal, why not a sampler?

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  • Tuna with provalone and pickles with extra pepper from yellow sub

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  • Anyone that toast their subs on the regular is a winner to me. Posiedons italian sub is amazing. The provolone melts yyuummmm

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  • Virgilio’s Northender.. The best!!

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  • Scalafani’s Italian. The thing is Huge, Tasty, and inexpensive. Plus they have the best Italian Bread.

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  • Steak&cheese. With bag of chips from Destino’s

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  • No favorite for me (Destino Alex Special loaded with hots and pickles is up there) but what a great idea. Please make this an archive we can all see and try the best of the best. Better yet how about GMG sells a ten pack coupon book that covers the 10 best sandwiches as determined by your fans for 1 price? I will buy 2 booklets.

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  • Bomb steak from Destino’s – no question

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  • Posiedon’s cheese steak bomb toasted with extra cheese

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  • Destino’s steak bomb with mayo.

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  • Destino’ s egg and green peppers sandwich

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  • Leonardo’s Steaktip sub – sauce, cheese, mayo.

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  • Steak&cheese from Destino’s Eaten on a sunny day at Solomun Jacob’s Park,

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  • West ender from Virgilios

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  • Steak&cheese from Destino’s

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  • I agree with Paulie Walnuts, I like the bread at Scalafani’s…during the long days of spring and summer I am often up at first light, by 9:30 it is time for lunch and going to Scalafani’s to get Prosciutto, provolone, oil, seasoning and a little of their pickle mix on warm, fresh bread is the best…large enough for 2 and only $5.00 …the BEST!

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  • Betty Destino

    Anything at Destino’s, but, my favorites are eggplant and bomb steak with everything on it.

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  • Destino’s Steak Teriyaki. Custom request!

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  • Destino’s Eggplant Parm or Tuna with Pickles, depends on the weather. Find a Twinlights Birch Beer or Pale Ginger Ale to wash it down, and you’re set.

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  • OK…I have to preface my answer with a story. When I had 4 teeth pulled to make way for other teeth and braces when I was 12 or so, my mother held out a carrot by saying I could have whatever I wanted for dinner after. My choice was to have an Italian with extra pickles and hots, oil and spices from Destinos. Of course, I couldn’t actually eat a thing for days but she made good on the promise eventually. Back then we never went out to eat- not even lunch. There were 6 of us kids making 8 (or 9 or 10 with a couple kids added from the neighborhood) mouths to feed every meal. Destino’s was a major treat. Later, when I would come home from college on break (school in Wisconsin…subs are ‘hero’s’ and piled high with lettuce…and they cut their pizzas in squares but I digress) my first desire was to get my Italian sub at Destino’s. I’m Danish and from Rock port and until I grew up and worked in Gloucester I didn’t know there was any other place to get a sub. Even now having tasted many fine Gloucester stubs from all the establishments, my vote goes to Destino’s hands down. Nostalgic…yes. Worthy…definitely!

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  • Stubs= subs… stupid spell check!

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  • Mike’s honey bbq steak tip with grilled onion.

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  • Destino’s Lisa Joyce which feeds the whole family!!!!!!

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  • destino’s tuna with pickles and onions. or anything from destino’s really.

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