Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Prescott's Secret Weapon

for submarine sandwiches anyway:



I've been debating on whether or not to tell the masses about this place, and decided it was finally time. Nita's is nestled up in the Frontier Village shopping center (by Blockbuster). It is, in my humble opinion, the best sub sandwich shop that Prescott has right now. I've been going there for about a year now, and they are not only consistent with the quality of their food, but also with the friendliness of their staff.


Prices are decent, and $8 will get you a footlong sub with a bag of chips, a good sized beverage, and a mini yogurt (who else includes desert?). The sandwiches themselves are simply amazing. Definitely the best french dip I have had in town (and I have just about tried them all), and great meatball sandwhich (thin sauce which is the way I like it. Keep the marinara for the spaghetti).


But the real winner is the Godfather. If I'm being honest I can't even list all the stuff that goes on this mound of deliciousness. I do know that nestled in its beautiful bosom is ham, roast beef, pastrami, meatballs, lettuce, tomato, onions and peporcini (if you want them), but I'm sure that I'm missing a few things. Don't expect to eat this without making a mess; it is impossible and it is fun.


And don't forget the yogurt..... they may not have a million flavors, but the flavors that they do have are always delicious, and they can give you lots of info about the yogurts if you should so desire.


It is operated by the owners (and occasionally their son), all of whom are very friendly. Just don't get them talking football unless you have a few minutes to spend chatting..... they like football. :)


Mike said...

I have a theory about owner operated places. They are almost always the best.

TomboCheck said...

Very true Mike! When the people working are the ones with the vested interest; they generally want the most from the business, and are willing to put on that friendly smile to make sure it happens.