Jersey takes a lot of things pretty seriously.

Breakfast sandwiches are a way of life.

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Also when you start talking about the best pizza shops in the state buckle up because some serious opinions are about to be thrown around.

And then we come to the world of sandwiches.

Specifically what sandwich is Jersey most well known for.

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Of course, the pork roll egg and cheese is an absolute classic, and we can't talk about Jersey sandwiches without mentioning our amazing local delis.

Seriously, is there anything better than grabbing a Reuben and a deli pickle for lunch knowing that the corn beed was freshly sliced?

But what sandwich is Jersey most known for?

What is our classic sandwich?

In some places, it's very easy to figure out what sandwich they're known for, like in my hometown of Philadelphia it's, of course, the Cheesesteak.

But Jersey is so perfectly sandwiched, pun intended, between Philadelphia and New York that it could be hard to figure out what sandwich we are most well known for.

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What Is New Jersey's Classic Sandwich That We Are Most Known For?

Fortunately, you aren't going to have to search far and wide because the experts at Love Food have scoured the country to decide once and for all each state's most classic sandwich.

The experts at Love Food have found that the sub is Jersey's most classic sandwich.

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I mean who doesn't love a classic Jersey Sub?

Whether you get one from Jersey Mikes, Driftwood Deli, or Luigi's a Jersey sub is an absolute staple in any New Jerseyians diet.

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