Fiore’s delivers for “Sandwich Day!”

4/3/2009:

The secret sub shop is in Hoboken!

fiores-deli-hoboken-nj.jpgI don’t watch 30 Rock – however, one of the more popular episodes was “Sandwich Day” – where “Once a year the teamsters go to a secret Italian sub shop in Brooklyn and bring back sandwiches with magical dipping sauce.”

The source of these secret subs may have been Brooklyn on the TV show – but the delicious roast beef sandwiches actually came from Fiore’s Deli right here in Hoboken! (414 Adams Street)

Fiore’s Vinne Amato remembers that day well:

“I remember getting the sh!t load of sandwiches together for “30 rock” to pick up. Pretty funny!” You can see what Serious Eats had to say about this as well!

Hmmm… make sure you get online early tomorrow – the line will certainly be longer than usual!!

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27 Comments on "Fiore’s delivers for “Sandwich Day!”"

Alpuj
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[quote comment=”148413″]Don’t forget to visit fiores.com if you want to have some treats sent to family and friends[/quote]
Its actually fioresdeli.com

davidcdavid64
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davidcdavid64

Don’t forget to visit fiores.com if you want to have some treats sent to family and friends

abred0830
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abred0830
[quote comment=”148364″][quote comment=”146691″][quote comment=”146645″]http://newyork.seriouseats.com/2009/04/the-sandwich-from-30-rock-sandwich-day-episode-fiores-hoboken-new-jersey.html[/quote] I don’t understand these people there bitching about “taking the PATH to Jersey,” yet them seem to have no problem taking the subway to Red Hook, Brooklyn.[/quote] The subway to Red Hook runs on weekends and it isn’t packed with people going to Bed-Stuy who have to detour to Red Hook first and sit, no make that stand, there while the engineer and conductor walk from one end of the train to the other. Also, they can eat the sandwich while sitting down on the subway back from Red Hook without getting a scolding or a ticket.[/quote] Actually, most weekends when I lived in that area you had to either switch at Bed-Stuy for a train that took FOREVER to get there, just to go three stops to Carroll Gardens and then take a bus down to Red Hook since there is no way of getting there by foot (unless you wanna cross the Gowanus underepass which is not easy) or having to take the downtown F train express all the way to 7th Ave just to take the uptown back up three stops to Carroll Gardens/Red Hook territory. It was the biggest pain the *$% and I am so glad that I don’t have to do that anymore. The PATH train does run slower and it does annoy me, but at least it is consistent and there isn’t as much work done to it as the wonderful F train. Oh I had such a love/hate… Read more »
elainetyger
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elainetyger

[quote comment=”146691″][quote comment=”146645″]http://newyork.seriouseats.com/2009/04/the-sandwich-from-30-rock-sandwich-day-episode-fiores-hoboken-new-jersey.html[/quote]

I don’t understand these people there bitching about “taking the PATH to Jersey,” yet them seem to have no problem taking the subway to Red Hook, Brooklyn.[/quote]

The subway to Red Hook runs on weekends and it isn’t packed with people going to Bed-Stuy who have to detour to Red Hook first and sit, no make that stand, there while the engineer and conductor walk from one end of the train to the other. Also, they can eat the sandwich while sitting down on the subway back from Red Hook without getting a scolding or a ticket.

mooshu
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mooshu

[quote comment=”146638″]Furey, why don’t you move back to Philty, you are clueless.[/quote]

Joey, why don’t you believe in the usage of question marks? 😛

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