Best thing to happen to Ybor City’s lunchbox

Sunday’s Delicatessen

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Best thing to happen to Ybor City’s lunchbox

Sunday’s Deli is God’s gift to the lunch crowd. Chef David Sunday has brought the expertise that he displayed at Sunday’s Fine Dining to the masses in the form of gargantuan sandwiches that come with huge flavor to match. Seriously, order the full-sized Cuban, chicken parm or any of the other subs, and you’re good for at least lunch and dinner — and you might even have some left over for the next day’s breakfast. The only thing Sunday’s lacks is huge prices, with the sandwiches all reasonably priced ($6.50 for a half — and it’s a huge half — and $12 for the whole) and coming with tasty homemade potato chips. It’s a meal fit for a very, very large king.

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