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Best Sandwich Shop: Grand Junction Grilled Subs

Location: Fargo, Moorhead

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Grand Junction Grilled Subs earned Best Sandwich Shop in the 2022 Best Of The Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to be named the Best Sandwich Shop in Fargo-Moorhead?

“Honestly, it feels great. It validates all the hard work that goes into running the restaurant. It's also a big feather in the cap because we are a local restaurant and are still able to keep up with the larger franchises that are always expanding,” North Fargo Store Owner John Lester said.

What is your top-selling sandwich? What is your favorite?

“The Chicken Cordon Bleu is easily our No. 1 seller,” Lester said. “My personal favorite right now is the Junction Delight with black pepper.”

  • Second place: Jersey Mike's, Fargo
  • Third place: McAlister's Deli, Fargo
  • Fourth place: Schlotzsky's, Fargo
  • Fifth place: Firehouse Subs, Fargo

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