A line of people forming out the door was the first clue that there was something special on Market Street. Then the smell of salty, hot pastrami hit, and the cravings began. Quincy's, a sandwich spot only open for lunch, is old, tattered, and famous for its no-frills, great-tasting sandwiches.
Dark wood paneling covers much of the restaurant and makes for an oft-dim setting, particularly for an establishment only open during daytime. The weathered wooden tables and chairs filling the restaurant have seen better days. The piles of old cardboard boxes that line the windows, the handwritten notes written on faded paper squares, and the high ceiling deteriorating in its long state of disrepair, have no affect on what the restaurant shines at: making hearty sandwiches at a reasonable price. -- Roseanne Pereira