There’s a new sandwich in town. The Hello Deli, made famous from Late Night with David Letterman, has a sandwich named after Letterman, as well as Paul Shaffer and Regis Philbin. But surprise, it also has a sandwich named after yours truly, the Dina Pita. OK, so the pita wasn’t named after me, but it does have my name in it. But, hey, it’s news to me. OK, the real news is a law firm, Arent Fox, got a sandwich with its moniker this week. Arent Fox has offices across the street. I don’t recall having the ham or turkey, melted brie, lettuce and tomato hero with pesto or honey mustard at any of their lawyer luncheons I’ve attended, but apparently they are repeat customers.
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