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Sandwiches on the way to the beach #188316
03/22/2019 04:56 PM
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Hi, will be staying in the Maho area [RI]

We often grabbed some sandwiches on the way to the beach.

Pre Irma when we stayed at RI used the store in Porto Cupecoy, but wondering about
Carrefour in Jordan Village, Monoprix just before Marigot, Super U and Petit Casino
While we have often shopped both Super U and Petit Casino, never looked if they had pre made sandwiches. Monoprix will be a first for us, seems convenient to Maho area.

Not keen on the Maho village store's subs

Note, not so sure on my planning, missing both Moon Splash and the Bucket regatta, oh well, it's all toes in the sand starting later next week

J&B

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Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188320
03/22/2019 05:54 PM
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Not far depending on what direction your going to the beach but Market Garden has a nice deli and also pre-made subs on baguette.

Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188321
03/22/2019 06:01 PM
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We have always favored the sandwiches and other items from the Zee Best bakery and shop near the airport. Next door to a beauty salon.

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Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188322
03/22/2019 06:07 PM
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Ditto on that, Beach Kitten. I usually make sandwiches for the beach if that’s our game plan for the day but we often stop there and get sandwiches for the flight home as well. There was a time we would grab Caesar salads from the restaurant upstairs at the airport - maybe someday that will once again be an option..


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Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: BeachKitten] #188328
03/22/2019 07:05 PM
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Zee Best by airport is always our go to place when traveling. Gotta be great for the beach!

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Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188329
03/22/2019 07:13 PM
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Depending on the direction you are going, Jules in Jordan. Ilkage has great sandwiches to go. And if they are not made yet they will make them for you.

Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188330
03/22/2019 07:22 PM
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In addition to what's mentioned above, there is a new cafe (name is escaping me at the moment) on the ground floor in Maho, across from Hole in the Wall. It's a lovely little breakfast place with crepes and sandwiches. You might want to try the sandwiches they offer.


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Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: jazzgal] #188336
03/22/2019 08:12 PM
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Cape Cafe


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Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188342
03/22/2019 09:38 PM
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That's it - thanks!


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Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: kim] #188344
03/22/2019 09:59 PM
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I agree Jules Bakery in Jordon Village has wonderful pastry and sandwiches. Also Atlantico in Simpson Bay has great sandwiches too and make them fresh when you order them.



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Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: islandgem] #188348
03/22/2019 10:27 PM
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If the Peli Deli is open by Red Piano they make good sandwiches.

Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188353
03/23/2019 05:34 AM
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Ditto on Jules.

Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188360
03/23/2019 06:32 AM
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I second Jule's at Jordan Village: traditional sandwiches, wraps, and sandwiches made on French bread. I always get a wrap to take on the plane.

Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188447
03/23/2019 04:33 PM
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Thanks for the help
Sounds like we will try Zee Best and Jules

J&B

Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188512
03/24/2019 12:26 PM
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We picked up some nice sandwiches in a shop in Orient village. Sorry, can't remember the name although the sign had a knife and fork crossed. Our good friend recommended this shop to us. Later in our trip we shared breakfast with friends there and it was very nice.

Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188515
03/24/2019 01:47 PM
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And if you enjoy great pastries, both Zee Best and Jules have some of the best pastry goodies we have found on the island.


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Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188516
03/24/2019 01:55 PM
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Jules for sure!

Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: JohnandBev] #188552
03/24/2019 04:47 PM
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Staying in Cupecoy-- we usually stop at Zee Best for chocolate croissants for the ride to Orient Beach----- just a little piece of flaky heaven

Re: Sandwiches on the way to the beach [Re: deirdre1] #188569
03/24/2019 07:53 PM
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Deidre, Could be Good Morning or Le Douce ?


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