White House Sub Shop
Time Out says
One of a handful of places in the country that can legitimately lay claim to introducing the Italian sub to these shores, White House was opened in 1946 by returning WWII vet Anthony Basile. Lines can stretch around the block, and there is an unwritten protocol that you should be prepared to order when your turn arrives. While the massive White House Special, laden with Italian cold cuts—Genoa salami, capocollo and cotechino—and provolone, gets top billing, the cheeseburger sub is also excellent.