The 12 Best NJ Sandwiches…and Where to Get Them

Ever since John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, invented the handheld menu in England in 1762, people have been coming up with more and more creative combinations.

Whether it’s the bread or the combination of ingredients, the variations are endless.

Nowhere is that more evident than in our magnificent Garden State.

With ethnic diversity and dense populations, the competition produces a dizzying array of delicious versions of the sandwich that other states can’t even remotely compete with.

So we decided to ask our lunchtime listeners what the best sandwiches in New Jersey are and who makes them best.

Super sub – with all the meat. Tastee Subs Lawrence Twp.

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The Chicken Chop Sub #3. Giovanni Secaucus.

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The roast beef sandwich. Alpine Meat & Delicatessen Blairstown.

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The Stoop (specialty sandwich). Vitos Ortley Beach.

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Smoky and flavorful egg and cheese sandwich. Good Life Organic Kitchen Cherry Hill and Red Bank.

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Turkey Sloppy Joe. Milburn Delicatessen Milburn.

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#4 Provolone, Prociuttini & Cappacuolo. Jersey Mike is EVERYWHERE

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#16 Cheese Steak. Beef Boys Sandwich Co. Pt. Pleasant beach.

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“B” (Bam, Roast Beef, Salami & Mozzarella.) M&P Biancamano Hoboken.

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Bryan Italian sub. Cranberry Lake Deli Andover.

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Sloppy Joe, Harold’s New York Deli Edison.

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Cheesesteak from the donkey. Donkey’s Place Camden-Medford-Mt. holly.

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