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Where to get a good grinder in Seattle

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Where to get a good grinder in Seattle

sianwu | Apr 3, 2007 11:33 AM

I grew up on the East Coast where mom and pop Italian and Greek joints that offered good grinders (or heros or subs or whathaveyou) were abundant, even in small towns with populations less than 20,000. Now that I've moved to Seattle I've found it really hard to find anyone that offers a good grinder, especially the hot ones. I'm talking big, hand formed meat balls with perfectly spiced sauce, baked in a fresh white bread bun with melted provolone or mozzarella cheese. Or chicken parm, eggplant parm, with grilled onions, etc. Does anyone know of a good, authentic, East-coast style grinder place?

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