While George's sells meats and sausages as well as various other items on the shelves of the small one room deli, the reason to go to George's is for the sandwhiches. I am usually not a fan of buying sandwhiches on bread. I prefer a roll of some kind, round of sub style, to make me feel like i'm gettng my money's worth and not fueling up for the playground. At George's, however, I make an exception. Their sandwhiches are extremely moderately priced at about 4-5 dollars, and the key to George's is the variety. I usually choose to forego an italian roll for either some delicious sourdough or rye bread and then watch as they heap on loads of turkey, salami, or whatever else you might desire. After that you have your choice of cheeses, which include the regular options, plus Havarti, which is a customer favorite and why not? It's a very good cheese. Then I bask in the glory of my 4.50 mountain of meat and cheese with whatever other toppings I asked for, and while I'm really just on lunch break, I feel for a minute like I might get to go out on the playground for recess.