I read about Jimmy's Cuban sandwiches a year or two ago in a ""best of"" article in D magazine. Unfortunately since we live in the northern suburbs, BFE in relation to Dallas, we were never in the neighborhood early enough for sandwiches at Jimmy's, until today.\r
Sandwiches are made until 7:00 pm. I had the Cuban (yes, with the hot sauce) , because I had been coveting it for about two years. It was delicious and spicy, and I wrapped part of it back up in its foil wrap to take home to the far northern suburbs because it was really big. My husband had an Italian sausage sandwich which looked to die for with peppers piled on. Next time (and there WILL be a next time), I will have that Caprese sandwich.\r
It takes a while for them to make the sandwiches, so be sure to browse the beverages. I had a bottled coffee or maybe it was an espresso soda... it wasn't a diet drink. It was really tasty though. And there are a lot of other drinks I would be happy to try. One can buy a shot of freshly brewed espresso for $1 or a double for $2.\r
It's an awesome place with so many great things to try and buy... wine, soft drinks, meats, pastas, locally made ice creams, etc. Plus you can sit down and enjoy everything right there in the store.\r
They also sell produce like onions and whatnot, for reasonable prices.\r
Seriously, I wish I lived by Jimmy's Food Store.
Pros: Lots of great products, and good prices on many items
Cons: Long wait for orders