Originally from Delaware, this smallish chain (only in about a dozen other states, so it’s no Subway, thankfully) has had a hold on Las Vegas ever since it opened here 15 years ago. The storefront isn’t much to look at, but that’s okay when you’ve got enormous sandwiches to dig into. Most popular is “the Bobbie,” with its combination of thick cut turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce, reminiscent of your favorite Thanksgiving leftovers, but I’m more partial to the Capistrami, a pseudo-Reuben made with hot pastrami, Swiss cheese, Russian dressing, and coleslaw. If that’s too much stuff on a sandwich for you, the submarine options have more classic combinations, like Italian deli meats, or ham and cheese. The turkey and beef are all roasted in-house. The perfect bread—so nice and soft, but with the proper integrity so that it doesn’t disintegrate under the weight of multiple toppings—is also made in house. There are several outposts throughout the Valley, but this is the closest to the Strip.