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Michael S | Apr 17, 200109:43 PM     134

I grew up eating these sandwiches. If I am not mistaken the brand name of the bread was Dromedary. It was a fixture on the Chock Full O'Nuts menu. The last time I saw it on a menu was also in NY at The Bagel on West 4th St. They no longer have it however. I was wondering if anyone knew of a bakery big or small that still makes date nut bread, or a restaurant that still serves these heavenly sandwiches. Thanks!!

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