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The latest deli spot from sandwich genius Adam Mesnick, the man behind SOMA's Deli Board, focuses on cold, Philly-style hoagies (different from a submarine because it uses soft, flat rolls instead of crusty Italian rolls). All sandwiches at 1058 Hoagie come on a traditional soft sesame seed roll, and even if there's a bit too much bread for the cold fillings, the toppings are high-quality and will satisfy any Italian sub cravings. No. 1 is a trio of Italian meats (Genoa salami, mortadella, and capicola) with provolone and cherry peppers; No. 2 swaps fiery pepperoni for the mortadella and capicola, and adds olive salad and sun-dried cherry tomatoes, which complement the meat nicely. No. 4 is vegetarian but you won't miss the meat in the face of sliced fresh mozzarella, artichoke hearts, olive salad, and shum spread (mayo, garlic, and basil pesto). The room has the same poured-concrete, sandwich-porn-adorned, turntable-soundtracked interior as Deli Board.

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