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The Biggest Sandwiches in Maine Are At Big G’s

Gerry Michaud Jr. is the man behind Big G’s Deli, a low-key sandwich spot in Winslow, Maine, not far from Colby College.
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The Hidden Dominican Restaurant in a Bronx Billiard Hall

Almost unnoticeable to those who don’t know it, deep in the Bronx is Nano Billiard Cafe, or Tony’s Billiards, an old-school basement pool hall that serves up some of the best Dominican food in New York City.
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The Secret Toronto Noodle Shop Hidden Behind A Hair Salon

Dat Tran is the owner of Tong Mein, a noodle shop hidden behind a hair salon in Toronto, Canada.
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Texas BBQ With An Indian Influence In Buffalo NY

Tucked away in Buffalo’s Black Rock neighborhood is Southern Junction, the only restaurant combining Texas barbecue with South Indian flavors.
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NYC’s Hidden Shaobing Stall - Word of Mouth

Tucked away in Flushing’s Landmark Quest Mall is Yukun Shaobing, a 100 square-foot stall serving shaobing, Northern Chinese stuffed flatbreads.
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This Pastrami is Oakland’s Best Keep Secret

Chef Cash Caris and Anahita Cann are the owners of Pyro’s Pastrami, a homemade pastrami sandwich pop-up they operate near a train station in Oakland, CA.
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Indonesian Food Served In The Back Of A Convenience Store

Indo Java, an Indonesian market in the Elmhurst neighborhood of Queens, seems like an unassuming shop to passersby. But the smells coming from the tiny makeshift kitchen lure people inside to taste the flavors of Indonesian cuisine.
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The Restaurant Hidden In The Back Of A Russian Bathhouse - Word of Mouth

The Russian & Turkish Bath House in NYC’s East Village has been around since 1892 – longer than The Empire State Building. But most people don’t know that it houses a restaurant with a lengthy menu featuring Russian delicacies.
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The Hidden Sufi Restaurant Of The Catskills - Word Of Mouth

The Tulip And The Rose Cafe in Franklin, NY is the type of place you could drive by for years and have no idea of the vivacity until you walk inside.