We stopped in for lunch, I had that "famous" Tommy's pastrami, also on our table was a new sandwich called The Q and some burgers.
The pastrami was a good sandwich plenty of thin sliced meat it was a little dry a bit salty even for pastrami. The hogie bun was very toasty , a bit crunchy.. good homemade fries thin style similar to In and Out Burgers fries but fresher.
"The Q" I was told was about a 4 of 5, a good sandwich but not over the top.
Looking forward to stopping in and try and other dishes and trying the beers, now that we found the place.
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