Wawa

I don’t post often about food, and my few posts have spanned the full range of culinary quality – from a sandwich at 821 Cafe, to the fine dining of 1 North Belmont.

Today, though, I have to opine about Wawa and their quality eats. Yes, Wawa is a convenience store, but man. Their food is a huge step up from their immediate competitor, Sheetz. Wawa eschews variety for quality, limiting it’s menu to an assortment of sandwiches and subs, made fresh to order. They use good bread, real cold cuts, and fresh toppings. I’d have to say that the toasted chicken Philly sub has become one of my favorite subs in town.

The side items make the whole meal better, however. Wawa offers up a huge variety of snackable items such as apple slices with caramel or peanut butter, yogurt, fresh fruit cups, or pepperoni slices with cheese cubes and crackers.

It’s fair to say that I’ve had too many meals at Wawa over the past few months, but I’ve enjoyed every one of them.

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