Today, Thursday, November 3rd is National Sandwich Day so obviously, we have to talk sandwiches and the best place in New Jersey for a great sandwich. That's how you can celebrate today, go out and grab a delicious sandwich for lunch or dinner and enjoy.


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I think I would go for a nice chicken salad hoagie. Lettuce, tomato, onion, peppers, pepper jack cheese, and spinach. That would be my pick for National Sandwich Day.
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According to an article by the Daily Meal, this Garden State sandwich shop is the best in Jersey, and not just that, it's also one of the best in America. According to the Daily Meal, Whitehouse Sub Shop in Atlantic City is ranked #11 in the Nation for best sandwiches. It's also the highest rank sandwich shop in New Jersey.

"White House Sub Shop has over 25 different sandwiches, but one reigns supreme. That's the White House Special. It starts with a soft, chewy sub roll from Formica Bros. Bakery, which is absolutely loaded with Genoa salami, ham, and provolone. They also add lettuce, tomatoes, onions, red peppers, oil, vinegar, dried oregano, and salt and pepper." Amy Tran Amy Tran




White House Subs has two locations in Atlantic City. The original is located on Arctic Avenue and also at the Hard Rock Casino Resort. Visit either location for your favorite sandwiches at New Jersey's best "sandwich shop".

According to the Daily Meal article, the number one sandwich shop in America is Al's Italian Beef in Chicago. Number two on their list Cochon Butcher in New Orleans, and Number three is Katz's Delicatessen in New York City.
 Oleg Ivanov Oleg Ivanov




Do you have a favorite "sandwich shop" here at the Jersey Shore? Post your recommendations below and let us know where you go and what the "sandwich" is.





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