Eddie D’s Famous Italian Sandwiches: This small Italian deli is setting new standards. Build your own sandwich from a selection of Thumann’s meats on a hard or soft roll, or make it easy with one of Eddie’s World Famous Hots, like slow-cooked roast beef, pork or amazing homemade meatballs. Don’t forget the broccoli rabe and hot fried peppers. 8410 W. Cheyenne Ave., #102. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Mon.-Sat., 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. Sun. 541-8792.
Capriotti’s: The Bobbie. The grilled Italian. The Capistrami. These aren’t sandwiches—they’re memories. Ashley Morris and Jason Smylie have taken over a well-established franchise and made it, if anything, even better. And their aggressive business model ensures there will soon likely be a Capriotti’s no matter where you go in the country. Multiple locations