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Food on Fridays with Ann
Last week we devoted one particular day to family fun. Before heading to bowling, we stopped by a restaurant I’d never been to before: Penn Station. One of the girls had been there and raved about it.In spite of her recommendation, I had low expectations. After all, it was a chain restaurant. They make expensive subs.Well, I ordered a Grilled Artichoke sub, and you know what?Wow.Grilled artichoke hearts, melted provolone, oregano, and parmesan mixed with mayo on a long bun. I had them add mushrooms. Given their presentation, I ate them as open-faced sandwiches. Fabulous.This picture is pretty blah. Doesn’t do it justice.For the record, I am not getting paid to offer my opinion. Although, come to think of it, I’d love it if Penn Station would follow up with something as a thank-you…you know, like, maybe some coupons for six free subs, one for each person in my family? No, wait…Seven. (That way I can sneak back for another on my own some afternoon.)I’ll report back if they follow through. Promise.In the meantime, if you have a Penn Station near you, I highly recommend the Grilled Artichoke.
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