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If you want Italian food, it’s hard to go wrong with Bazannos. It is a favorite with the Berger Crocband Clogs crowd, and everything they sell, as far as I can tell, is different levels of awesome.Want a sub? There is always Subway, or Quiznos, and they’ll do right by you of course. But if you want something really interesting, go to a small corner store called Zukes. It’s down’ by the college, on Couch street I think. They make everything on special homemade bread, and use their oven for lots of the subs. Try the Zukes special, it is amazing. I think it is shaved turkey, choice of cheese, coleslaw, and thousand island dressing. I thought it sounded strange the first time I heard it too, but wow. For fancier (though some would say it’s not, just expensive) Try Broadview Deli, out by the old airport and fairgrounds. Huge portions of everything, and real class cuisine available. Their Monte Cristo sandwich was my favorite, although almost impossible to finish!