So... I Went To Tommy's Pizza and Subs
If you are like me, Lunch is probably the highlight of your school/work day, it is the delineation from being really, really tired in the morning, to being exhausted in the afternoon. But at least my tummy won't be growling. This far in my Fisher experience, lunch usually means Free Food! Which Usually means Free Papa John's Pizza! It hasn't gotten old yet, but I suspect that it may soon. In the off chance that free pizza may get boring, I decided to see what other operations were available to me around Fisher. Luckily, as I was staring wistfully out a third-story window in Gerlach, I saw the enticing red block lettering of Tommy's Pizza and Subs.
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I made the 5 minute walk across Lane Ave with a member of my cohort to the homey and cozy interior of Tommy's, which reminded me a lot of the inside of a bowling alley, without the whole bowling part. The menu is pretty standard for your general neighborhood pizza/sandwich place, but what turned me on this very day was the lunch special: Half an oven toasted sandwich, side and drink for just under 6 dollars.
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I got a turkey sandwich and french fries with a coke. In all honesty, it wasn't the best sandwich I have ever had, but it wasn't the worst either. However it was much superior to the Subway in the quickie mart next-door or the pre-made wraps sold in the cafe in the nearby architecture school, even though all 3 options were sold at basically the same price-point.
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I'll probably be going back the next time there isn't free food during lunch... which I hope doesn't happen for a long time. Tommy's has a website... just in case you want to plan ahead before your trip.