A New Jersey Mike's
The secret of "gabagool"
From the August, 2014 issue
"We're more about getting our sandwiches to more people than introducing more sandwiches to our menu," says Mike Wagner, manager of Jersey Mike's sub shop in Westgate. In other words, the menu hasn't changed much since we talked to him in 2012, when he was opening the Jersey Mike's on Carpenter. These are the kind of sammies Tony on The Sopranos ate when Carmela didn't feel like cooking: chicken parm, meatball subs, and Jersey Shore's Favorite: provolone, ham, and cappacuolo (what the guys at Satriale's called "gabagool").
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