Readers' Choice: Favorite Hoagie in South Brunswick

Vote in the poll and tell us where your favorite place to grab a hoagie in South Brunswick is.

Patch’s "Readers' Choice" poll, in which you can vote and comment on your favorites in a variety of local business and service categories, continues with this week’s category: favorite place to grab a hoagie in South Brunswick.

Whether it be a classic Italian, turkey and cheese, or whatever other concoction you like, tell us where you go to satisfy your hoagie craving.

We've drawn our initial list from our Patch directory but we encourage you to post comments suggesting the addition of any places that are not included.

You can vote for your favorite in our unscientific poll, comment on it below and post a review in the directory.

Voting closes at 9 a.m. Friday, but comments will continue to be welcome beyond that point.

Positive comments and reviews on Patch Directory will count toward determining the winner, which will be announced at noon Friday.

Places to vote on include:

, 613 Ridge Rd, Monmouth Junction

, 3300 State Route 27, Kendall Park

, 485 Georges Rd, Dayton

, 24 Summerfield Blvd, Dayton

, 582 Georges Rd, Monmouth Junction

, 4437 Route 27, Princeton

, 350 Georges Rd, Dayton

, 7 Allston Rd, Kendall Park

, 485 Georges Rd, Dayton

, U.S. 1, South Brunswick

, Georges Rd, Dayton

, 3110 New Jersey 27, Kendall Park/Route 130

, 3087 State Route 27

Hank Kalet April 17, 2012 at 09:04 PM
The Route 27 corridor is being treated as a whole, including both the Franklin Park and Kendall Park sides, because shoppers in Kendall Park treat the corridor -- which includes Confectionately Yours, Tastee, Ihop, the Stop & Shop and the Dutch Market -- as part of the South Brunswick community.
your02cents April 18, 2012 at 02:22 AM
Tastee's is a sub if you want no meat and a 50% chance of getting hit entering and exiting the loaction.
Jack Wagon April 18, 2012 at 11:26 AM
@your02cents - Half the cars entering and exiting Tastee's have an accident? It's rough, but not that bad. lol. Plenty of parking in back. I like that Tastee's offers a platter and whole wheat bread. Their hot pepper relish is awesome. BTW- I think traffic is worse by The Great Wall mall where A&P used to be. It's like playing pinball with your car over there.
stella April 20, 2012 at 08:21 PM
Considering Tastee Sub is not in South Brunswick, it is technically in Franklin, does that make Pierre's the winner?
allison April 20, 2012 at 09:47 PM
Nothing beats Tastee, no matter what town it's in. I do think Pierre's has better quality meat but that Tastee bread is just soooooooo good! Pierre's bread is a little too crusty for me.


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