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Beloved Ernie's Market To Appear On The Travel Channel's Food Paradise

Few names elicit more happy memories involving sandwiches and love than Ernie’s. The long-standing Oak Park establishment (a place we’ve highlighted before in a sandwich list and a deli list) is manned by Ernie Hassan, who seals every sandwich with a little bit of love. Ernie’s will be featured on the Travel Channel’s show Food Paradise. According to his Facebook page, the show will air on April 30 at 8 p.m. The show, aimed at food-focused travelers, focuses on the “must-stop” food spots a...

Pittsburgh’s Primanti Bros. Opening First Michigan Location, Bringing "Two Handed" Sandwiches

Metro Detroit is getting a new entrant to the sandwich market. Primanti Brothers Restaurant and Bar opening of their 35th location in Taylor on August 3. Primanti is known for sandwiches that are stuffed with fries. Their signature is meat of your choice, provolone cheese, house-made cole slaw, tomatoes, “secret sauce” and fresh cut fries on fresh Italian bread. They’re going to have what they call a “Celebration Tailgate” beginning at 5:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 3. The first 100 tailgate...

Stopping In For Lunch At Stache International

Sometimes the craving for a sandwich hits hard, and the average chain restaurant just won’t cut it. Today was one of those days, so we decided to head over to Eastern Market and go to Stache International. Stache International opened earlier this year after some pretty rigorous renovations to the space. There was no plumbing, very little electrical outlets, and lets not forget no kitchen before renovations began. The menu consists of numerous sandwiches, house made sausages, salads, and...

Here's Where The New Which Wich Will Open Downtown

A chain that was founded by a Metro Detroit native but originated in Dallas is opening their first location in downtown Detroit. Which Wich, a creation of Jeff Sinelli, will be adding to their more than 300 stores in 37 states (and 8 countries) with the Griswold street location in the historic Penobscot building. Plans are to open in July. Local franchise owners Mike Berschback and Nabil Shurafa tell Crain’s that it will employ 25-30 people and the buildout cost will be between $300,000-$450...

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