Nordeast's new stop for monster sammies, Nuff is plainly adorned with a colorful chalkboard menu and local, for-sale art above two rows of wood booths lining the narrow shop, perfect for enjoying "Breakfast. Soup. Sandwiches", which sounds so much better than unfortunately soggy "breakfast soup sandwiches". Open at 7a, breakfast means staples delicious enough to make you burst your stomach staples: French toast, a glut of BYO two-egg omelets with all the potential stuffings, and morning sammies from a club to a fried egg with ham, cheddar, tomato & pecan-smoked bacon. They close at 8p, but until then there're daily-changing soups and chilies, plus a nine-strong sandwich list that includes a New England Lobster Roll, a whole-roasted sirloin joint slathered in melted cheddar, caramelized onions & horseradish, and a smoked pulled pork number piled high with cabbage salad, so enjoy eating it with your tiny carny hands. And lest you have to enjoy these epic sammies sober, they've also got wine and a surprisingly robust selection of local craft bottles ranging from Nordeast and Brau Bros to 20-ouncers of Flat Earth, more than 'nuff to get you feeling fortunately soggy.
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