Now open across from the State Theatre, in the former home of the Prize Diner, Gorgers offers soups and gourmet subs on homemade bread, with locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. At $3 for soup, $6 for salads, and $7 for subs, the price is definitely right. Try the coconut shrimp po'boy, served with pickled vegetables and a Thai sweet chili sauce on a homemade sub roll, or make any of the subs vegetarian with eggplant instead of meat. The potato salad, made with a balsamic vinegar reduction, is a tasty side dish. Ready for a challenge? Down a Caribbean Fire sub, already-spicy chicken with scotch bonnet citrus mustard with a ghost pepper chopped up on top, and you get it free and earn a t-shirt. Or, see if you can eat a 26-inch sub made with four pounds of meat.