Sam La Grassa’s
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Sam La Grassa’s information
Step up to the counter and place your order for one of Sam La Grassa’s signature sandwiches, then find a spot at the crowded communal table. You won’t be disappointed by the famous Romanian pastrami or the ‘fresh from the pot’ corned beef. All of the sandwiches are so well stuffed that they can be tricky to eat, which is part of the fun.