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Meet Pauly Walnuts, your new favorite sandwich

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That would be the Pauly Walnuts, packing meat.
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Eddie D’s Famous Italian Sandwiches
6870 S. Rainbow Blvd., 541-8792.
Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-11 p.m.

First the bad news: Eddie D’s, the home of arguably the best sandwiches in town, is no longer at Cheyenne and Durango. Now the good news: It relocated south—where a slew of new customers have already found it. And don’t worry, version 2.0, which opened June 3, still comes with a side order of owner Eddie DiBiase, reason enough to visit in and of himself. (If you tell him you’re watching what you’re eating, he’ll tell you to eat in front of a mirror.) These are some of the Weekly crew’s favorite sandwiches in town: the Pauly Walnuts (capicola, Genoa salami, sharp provolone), the Dante (prosciutto, mozzarella, sweet roasted peppers) and the Bada Boom (chicken cutlet with home-style marinara), all on Eddie D’s signature bread. Alas, the dessert menu is gone, but ask Eddie and he’ll escort you personally next door to the Drago Sisters Bakery—a one-two punch if there ever was one.

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  • It’s operated by Cyndy Violette—World Series of Poker bracelet-holder, Ladies Poker Hall of Fame inductee and proud vegan.

  • For $20 more you can get unlimited mimosas or rum punch or bloodys or Champagne or margaritas or beer. Now we’re brunching, people.

  • The attentive staff cooks everything for you, so you don’t have to guess when your food is ready.

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