What's the "Must Try" at Earl of Sandwhich?

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What's the "Must Try" at Earl of Sandwhich?

Everyone's a huge fan of this place and I'm not really on the boat yet. What do I need to get there that's going to win me over?

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Anything you get there will make you a fan. awesome I personally like either The All American, the Original or the Earl's Club any or all. Although NOT all in one sitting eek :>)

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Everything DW and I have had has been fantastic. Really. Not just pretty tasty, but likely the best (of that type of sammich) we've ever had. DW's favorite is the Italian, while mine is the Full Montagu (which is equally delicious with or without the mustard - I got it without the first time because I wasn't sure I'd like it). In addition to being out-of-this-world delicious, it is perhaps the best dining value in all of WDW (including other DTD eateries). Their prices are outstanding and for us the portions are just right. Also, as has been mentioned in other threads, your DDP is good here!

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p.s. The bread is baked to order (literally, your sammie starts with dough - though I suspect it is partially cooked)! Take THAT Subway...

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Thanks for the menu, LIFL! The line is always SO long here. Next time, though, I'm going right when it opens and trying this:

The Original 1762® - Freshly Roasted Beef, Cheddar Cheese & Creamy Horseradish Sauce

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Vettelover wrote:
Anything you get there will make you a fan. awesome I personally like either The All American, the Original or the Earl's Club any or all. Although NOT all in one sitting eek :>)

The All American has cranberries on it?!!

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My absolute favorite is the holiday sandwich they serve around Thanksgiving. Yummm! It's like a turkey dinner on a sandwich.

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KimberlyHill wrote:
My absolute favorite is the holiday sandwich they serve around Thanksgiving. Yummm! It's like a turkey dinner on a sandwich.

Sounds like that might have cranberries, too!

Welcome to the boards, Kimberly!!!

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Didn't even notice Kimberly was a 'new recruit'. Welcome to the friendliest Disney message board on the interweb.

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Annie wrote:
KimberlyHill wrote:
My absolute favorite is the holiday sandwich they serve around Thanksgiving. Yummm! It's like a turkey dinner on a sandwich.

Sounds like that might have cranberries, too!

Welcome to the boards, Kimberly!!!



Hanging out on this forum makes me very hungry. You guys are serious foodies. awesome

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chriskre wrote:
Annie wrote:
KimberlyHill wrote:
My absolute favorite is the holiday sandwich they serve around Thanksgiving. Yummm! It's like a turkey dinner on a sandwich.

Sounds like that might have cranberries, too!

Welcome to the boards, Kimberly!!!



Hanging out on this forum makes me very hungry. You guys are serious foodies. awesome

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KimberlyHill wrote:
My absolute favorite is the holiday sandwich they serve around Thanksgiving. Yummm! It's like a turkey dinner on a sandwich.

Hey Kimberly! Welcome aboard!

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Oh great!! Another "must try" for my Thanksgiving trip!! I'm going to be the size of the Characters in Flight balloon by the end of the week!!!

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milliehubbard wrote:
Oh great!! Another "must try" for my Thanksgiving trip!! I'm going to be the size of the Characters in Flight balloon by the end of the week!!!

Just be careful of the wind, Millie! I hear it can really keep you down wink laugh

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Oh great!! Another "must try" for my Thanksgiving trip!! I'm going to be the size of the Characters in Flight balloon by the end of the week!!!

Just be careful of the wind, Millie! I hear it can really keep you down wink laugh



hehehehehe silly

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SpaceAce wrote:
milliehubbard wrote:
Oh great!! Another "must try" for my Thanksgiving trip!! I'm going to be the size of the Characters in Flight balloon by the end of the week!!!

Just be careful of the wind, Millie! I hear it can really keep you down wink laugh

Boo hiss! Bad joke! laugh

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KimberlyHill wrote:
My absolute favorite is the holiday sandwich they serve around Thanksgiving. Yummm! It's like a turkey dinner on a sandwich.

Sorry we didn't welcome you Kimberly!

Does anyone know if they have any other seasonal sandwiches?

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LOVE LOVE LOVE EARL OF SANDWICH! (or Sammich as it is called at my house!) Its always our first stop after getting to the hotel (SHOCK not a park I know!) I gotta have a Caprise (no meat sammich..no Im not a vegetarian) it is YUMMY! Oh and Guinness!! Oh and a brownie..ok maybe a chocolate chip cookie too!

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PsychoAlice wrote:
LOVE LOVE LOVE EARL OF SANDWICH! (or Sammich as it is called at my house!) Its always our first stop after getting to the hotel (SHOCK not a park I know!) I gotta have a Caprise (no meat sammich..no Im not a vegetarian) it is YUMMY! Oh and Guinness!! Oh and a brownie..ok maybe a chocolate chip cookie too!

I didn't notice they served Guinness there, although I suppose I should have expected that. I could see that being a great combo with a sandwich, especially when you first get there. Get your relaxation on!

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cdub wrote:
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LOVE LOVE LOVE EARL OF SANDWICH! (or Sammich as it is called at my house!) Its always our first stop after getting to the hotel (SHOCK not a park I know!) I gotta have a Caprise (no meat sammich..no Im not a vegetarian) it is YUMMY! Oh and Guinness!! Oh and a brownie..ok maybe a chocolate chip cookie too!

I didn't notice they served Guinness there, although I suppose I should have expected that. I could see that being a great combo with a sandwich, especially when you first get there. Get your relaxation on!



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Yum Yum Yum..EOS! I love the Tuna Melt. I have to agree with the previous poster...it really is the bread that sets EOS apart!

I had no idea they served Giuness there either..the DH will be pleased!

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its not daught its bottled..but on my first night (we usually get to the resort about 8pmish) there that is what sets my mind on the vacation at hand!! I love DTD!

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My daughter LOVES the Chicken Ranch sandwich (didnt see it on the menu online) and this is her reaction!

She thinks it ROCKS!

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While I can't give up my traditional first meal in the MK, I have to say that the idea of a good beer to put me in vacation mode sounds like a great idea.

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The brownies are to die for. Did someone say that already Laughing out loud

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and they are ginormous!

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O.o
We haven't tried to brownies [adds that to "the list"].

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OMG I LOVE EARL OF SANDWICH!

We are staying a night off-site before checking in .... and I am thinking the good ole Earl or Pei Wei for dinner that night.

My first Earl of Sandwich was actually in the Wellington, Fla. mall (suburb of West Palm Beach) while visiting friends. Then we found out that it was at DTD and used a TABLE CREDIT at the Earl for each of our past 2 trips (since we were on Deluxe).

I really love the Italian, and the brownie sandwich! I took the brownie sandwich with me on the plane and it traveled well since it comes in a plastic container.

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DW always get the Italian. Everything I've had has been very good.

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PsychoAlice wrote:
and they are ginormous!

Yes. Yes they are. But still, oddly, not enough. silly

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There is an Earl of Sanwich in Houston, but somehow it is not the same. Still good though. Just short on Pixie Dust I think.