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Best Italian sub in Boston Financial District ... EVER

Wheels1 | Dec 28, 201008:37 AM     94

Let me just say I have lived in the Boston area for 15 years and finally I have found an Italian Hero ( sub) in the Financial District worth talking about. I just visited Casa Razdora @ 115 Water Street ( old Sam and Anne's ) and I must say I was pleasantly surprised . Being a native New Yorker ... I must say that 99% of the food in this town is average at best ... but things are about to change. For just under 7 bucks you get a monsterous tasty sandwich on fresh baked crunchy bread. Every ingredient was sliced fresh onto the sandwich and the cold cuts were top notch. EVERYTHING else in the store looked AWESOME so let me say I will be back ... I just worry that this place will not be able to stay in business because the taste buds of the people in this town are sooo bad that they will not appreciate what they truly have here. People... it's about time Bostonians stopped making Subway the most popular lunch spot in town !!

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