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At Italian Deli & Market, Chef Jim Barney stuffs his cold hero, ìThe Loaded Italian,î ($7.95) with five different Italian cold cuts, fresh roasted peppers, lettuce and tomatoes, all doused in vinaigrette dressing and served on a fluffy homemade ciabatta roll. Leigh Tahirovic/Staff

At Italian Deli & Market, Chef Jim Barney stuffs his cold hero, ìThe Loaded Italian,î ($7.95) with five different Italian cold cuts, fresh roasted peppers, lettuce and tomatoes, all doused in vinaigrette dressing and served on a fluffy homemade ciabatta roll. Leigh Tahirovic/Staff

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  • At Italian Deli & Market, Chef Jim Barney stuffs his cold hero, ìThe Loaded Italian,î ($7.95) with five different Italian cold cuts, fresh roasted peppers, lettuce and tomatoes, all doused in vinaigrette dressing and served on a fluffy homemade ciabatta roll. Leigh Tahirovic/Staff
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If a hot hero is more to your liking, try the Campasano mini or footlong ($7.95/$21.95). It is a compilation of fried eggplant and a chicken cutlet, with fresh mozzarella, lettuce, tomatoes, roasted peppers and hot cherry peppers.
  • Another Guy and Lisa special is the Turkey BLT ($11). House-roasted turkey is cut thick and served with apple-smoked bacon, romaine, oven-dried tomatoes and fresh mayo on toasted rustic white bread.
  • Some may not consider a hamburger a sandwich, but the one at Guy and Lisa's Philly Grille should be counted by any measure. Named the Best Burger 2011 at the Marco Beach Music Festival, this mouth-watering mammoth of a burger consists of eight ounces of prime ground chuck and cooked to order ($10).

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