Heather Posted August 16, 2006 Share Posted August 16, 2006 The Washington Post Food section highlights Pepperjack's, owned by a couple of local guys. Have any dr.com folks tried this place? From the article: Quote Walk into the store and your eyes rivet on the bright yellow menu panel with its 30 varieties of subs. The list includes the six-inch Stromboli sub ($4.29), a collection of toasted salami, ham, provolone, onions, peppers and tomatoes. The top seller (and Granzow's personal favorite) is the roast beef signature ($4.49). "You don't often see places put fresh mozzarella cheese and balsamic vinegar on theirs," he bragged. The other crowd-pleaser is the Italian cold cut ($4.29). It's stacked with goodies such as Genoa salami, ham, provolone, and oil and vinegar. Also on the menu are milkshakes and snowballs. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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