Jack’s Place is a family-run corner deli in the Northeast that consistently demonstrates the combined power of bread, meat, and cheese. The first and most important thing you'll notice about their roast pork is how the pile of meat, broccoli rabe, and bright peppers look like it’s too much for the soft toasted bun to hold. But once the sandwich makes the trip to your mouth, you’ll be impressed– not only by the tender pork to toppings ratio, but the firmness of the bread that holds the juiciness all together. If you’re anything like us, you’ll inhale this blend of crunchy peppers, garlicky rabe, and tender meat in a few minutes. And since this place closes each day when they run out of rolls, we suggest you get there early so you can hold the quickest eating contest of all time.
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