If you're struggling to lose weight, it's extremely important that you commit to a daily exercise regimen, moderate your drinking, and not agree to any role that stars you as a ditzy English reporter, even if it is opposite Hugh Grant. Eeee!! And to never, ever visit Dagwood & Scoops
Nullifying your steadfast commitment to Jazzercise, D&S is a grab n' go, street-corner purveyor of not only fat gourmet 'wiches, but also bucket after bucket of ice cream (plus other delectable sundries), brought to you by a dude who logged 13 years at his family's Cole Valley cheese shop, before he realized Method Man would probably be gunning for him next. The most heart-stopping foodstacks (which come on your choice of bread) are undoubtedly Paulie's Dagwood (turkey, black forest ham, salami, roast beef, artichoke hearts, special "Dag" sauce, marinated peppers...), and the Muffalata -- a heaping mess of mortadella, ham, capicola, Provolone, olive spread, and Italian dressing, which is characterized by robust flavor/track suits. Smaller numbers still pack plenty of flavor, e.g., the roast turkey Big Bird (w/ roasted garlic, pesto, and white cheddar), the slaw/roast beef/hickory BBQ-sauced Cowboy, and the Rajin' Cajun with Creole turkey, Creole mustard, pepper jack, and its own hunger to destroy Tucker Carlson.
Rounding out D&S's arsenal's 12 (count 'em) flavors of delicious Mitchell's ice cream, a rack of jams/spices/stuff, a big selection of hard and soft cheeses, and jerky-style beef n' pork sticks, i.e., overindulge here and not even Colin Firth's gonna like you...just the way you are.