Sitting between the sandwich capitals of the Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia and Baltimore, the Greater Wilmington area is home to some spectacularly delicious sandwiches of its own. Whether you call it a hoagie or a submarine, the First State is big on this classic meal. According to Food & Wine Magazine, the state’s best is located in Wilmington’s Trolley Square neighborhood. Here’s what the magazine had to say about Delaware: 

So, they can't decide whether to call them subs or hoagies, and with Baltimore and Philadelphia braying in your ear, it's surprising Team Hoagie hasn't won the war yet, but we can all agree that what you call your sandwich hardly matters, as long as it's good. From the streets of Wilmington to the sands of Rehoboth, talented makers are not difficult to locate, some of them even bragging serious longevity. Gaudiello's in Wilmington's Trolley Square neighborhood had been around for decades, but after a local chef bought out the previous owners, the shop has been quietly moving toward the top of the charts, largely on the back of the Special Italian Hoagie (yes, this is a safe space for hoagie people), featuring the usual wide selection of cured meats, provolone, veggies, high quality olive oil, housemade red wine vinaigrette, and fresh Italian bread, another necessary this part of the world has never been short on.

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