We draw our inspiration from both the cultures of the Texas/Mexico Border and a traditional east coast Jewish upbringing (reform). We’re not a deli, we’re a sub shop. That means sandwiches. Hot or cold, if it tastes good, we’re gonna do it.
From corporate meals to private events, our sandos travel and travel well. Let us know what you have in mind and we’ll tell you what we can put in your bellies.
We understand how important it is to be able to order online these days and we’re excited to be able to offer this option. Quality is our foremost concern. We make all our sandwiches to order which unlike a fast food joint, might take a while if we’re blessed to be busy. Rather than compromise quality, we will occasionally pause our online orders to allow for our kitchen to catch up. Might not want to be what you hear when you’re starving and craving a sub, but honesty is as important as quality. Thanks for understanding.
Mo Pittle, born in Cleveland with ties to Philadelphia and Washington, DC was raised in El Paso, Texas. Not the first place you’d expect to find Jews, but they’re there. Growing up among the Homeboys, he became affectionately known as “El JewBoy.” A few decades later, it now describes the subs you’re about to consume. A perfect mix of Border and Jewish culture. So open your mind, but more importantly, open your mouth, because if you know Jewish people, or you know Latinos, you know you’re about to feast.