The crew at this seaside hole-in-the-wall puts on quite a show of ingredient-tossing flair while assembling takeout hoagies, subs, and deli sandwiches. Locals rave that they are the best around. LaSpada's popularity has resulted in higher prices and the addition of four other South Florida locations, taking away from the joint's former one-of-a-kind appeal. Fill up on the foot-long "Monster" (ham, cheese, roast beef, and turkey piled high), "Hot Meatballs Marinara," or
an assortment of salads.
Sep 17, 2012
These thirty something (very angry) sandwich making have no future employees ,seem to want to take there lack of a life or future and make the people who create their minimal income possible,feel like crap for ordering a freaking sandwich which wasn't ordered their way. Grow up be professional get a real job, or change your crappy attitude and maybe one of the successful people who pass thru may notice and want to help you move ahead in life. And
the bread is not the greatest either - Publix has a far superior roll! By the way Pomperdales is just west of the bridge and loves to have you in their place of business and has a much better quality product with a reasonable price and a thank you and a smile.