East Coast Super Subs (ECSS) produces excellent subs; there's no two ways about it.
This is where I go in Tucson for the best hot sandwiches. You'll see a ton of reviews on other aggregates like Yelp! -- but the hype really is warranted. Go here; you won't be disappointed.
The menu details a variety of subs, but highlights the top ten. The *Broadstreet Bully* and the *Jimmy McKenna* are exceptional and worthy of their #1 and #2 rankings.
However, even the sandwiches excluded from their most popular rankings are still righteous (i.e. The Philly Fanatic). The bread rolls ECSS uses on their subs really makes them special.
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Time Market (TM) is one of our (my husband and myself) favorite places in Tucson. It's so multi-purpose, that I don't know where to begin my review.
In a nutshell, TM is an awesome coffee house, pizzeria, sandwich shop, and corner marketplace all rolled into one. It has plenty of indoor and outdoor seating. The service rocks, rocks, rocks! The baristas are fabulous people and pull mean shots of espresso.
You can get a huge slice and a soda for less than $3; or a slice and a beer on tap for $6 from 7pm to 10pm. The serve a variety of gourmet coffee; they roast coffee beans on the premises, but also serve local beans from Bisbee. It's all very tasty brew. The sandwiches made in their deli (either custom or from the menu) are delicious. I highly recommend the *Guido Sarducci* and the *Grecian Erika*. There are baked goods from the B-Line (up the road on 4th Ave) featured in the case near the cash register with the coffee dispensers.
They serve breakfast starting at 7am: breakfast burritos, bagel sandwiches, eggs & toast, OJ, etc.
TM has community events like a pizza day for kids, where they can come and watch pizzas being made in their wood-burning stove-equipped pizza kitchen; and then actually make their own little pizzas. Too cute! My husband's grand-daughter attended one of these events and was over the moon about making her own pizza; her father was likewise impressed.
TM has a very nice, dedicated bicycle-parking corral in the front of their store.
Epic Cafe is actually just a block west of Time Market and I bypass Epic altogether, because I prefer Time Market one hundred times over.
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3280 E. Hemisphere Loop, Suite 180, Tucson AZ 85706 |
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