Ranking Tony Boy’s Best Cutlet Sandwiches in NJ

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When it comes to sandwiches, it’s hard to choose the best option. Especially when it might come from one of the best places in the Garden State. New Jersey may be home to some of the best sandwiches you may have in your entire life.

But have you ever had a cutlet sandwich in NJ that has excellent quality ingredients? There could only be one place where you can get them. This guide will rank every cutlet sandwich you can grab at Tony Boy’s.

Let’s waste no time. Here’s a ranking of the best cutlet sandwiches you can get at Tony Boy’s.


It’s a gourmet sandwich fit for New Jersey. With ham, ricotta cheese, melted mozzarella, and a side of marinara sauce – how could you possibly top a sandwich like this? This could be the best cutlet sandwich with all kinds of cheese and a meat that just pairs perfectly with it.


This is mouthwatering goodness like no other. You got melted mozz, bacon, cole slaw, and Thousand Island dressing. If you’re a fan of the New York Style reubens, you could give this a try.

Yes, you get bacon rather than corned beef. Plus, you have mozzarella instead of Swiss. Then you have coleslaw instead of sauerkraut.

We’re not saying that you should ditch the Reuben. Yet, if you want something that might be considered the little brother of the legendary sandwich, this just might be the go-to option. Not bad, right?


This Italian stallion of a sandwich is the real deal. Pepperoni, mozz, and extra virgin olive oil. Where else in Jersey could you find something this mouthwatering and tasty?

Sure, you may find different renditions of this in almost any sandwich shop inside and outside of the state. It may be under different names. But this is a box office smash because it has high-quality ingredients and a taste that neither Clubber Lange or Ivan Drago could beat.

Drunk Chicken

Who is this randomly calling you at 3AM? Oh that’s a craving for our chicken cutlet sandwiches in NJ. Sadly, you’ll have to wait until opening to try this (assuming you’re up at such a crazy hour like 3AM).
With vodka sauce, chicken, and melted mozz, it’s certainly the kind of sandwich that you’d have for lunch. When it comes to the best cutlet sandwiches in New Jersey, your taste buds will definitely have a party with the legend that is the Drunk Chicken.

Nutty Pig

Have you ever had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? Of course you have. Now imagine putting bacon in it?

Crazy combination, right? If you think it’s the most interesting sandwich you’d try, Tony Boy’s has it. It ain’t for someone who might be thinking “yuck, PB&J with bacon? No thanks”.


Marinara, melted mozz, and chicken. It’s a chicken parm sandwich that might stand out above the rest of our cutlet sandwiches in NJ. Sure, this may be one of those sandwiches that’s overrated because “every sandwich shop from Newark to Cherry Hill has it”.

But if it’s from Tony Boy’s, it might be the best of the bunch. If chicken parm is your favorite, you gotta at least try this version of the sandwich.


How about a little fire for your sandwich? Oh yeah, you’ll get it alright with jalapeno and chipotle mayo. But you’ll also get chicken and provolone along with it.

The good news is that it won’t be too spicy. However, it’s got enough of a kick that will make you talk about it for quite awhile. Especially if you love the hot stuff.


Melted cheddar, bacon, and ranch dressing. Not bad for a cutlet sandwich right? If you have never been to Tony Boy’s, this might be one you might want to try as a “getting to know you kind of sandwich”.
We warn you though: you might be thinking “what else do you all have”? The good news is the answer to that question is in this guide. So many choices and so little time – we get it.


Lettuce, tomato, mayo, and cheese. It’s a simple sandwich. If you’re in the mood for an eggplant cutlet sandwich, the combination of these ingredients just might be the perfect mix.

If chicken is your thing: that might be a good option too. When it comes to creating the best cutlet sandwiches in NJ, at the end of the day it’s the way you make it.

Number 10

No pun intended of course. It has fresh mozz, roasted peppers, and balsamic vinaigrette. One of the most intriguing cutlet sandwiches on the menu, we think.

If that’s one you’re interested in, have at it. You have your choice of chicken and eggplant to make it even more enjoyable.

The Murph

Peppers, onions, and balsamic vinaigrette. It might be one of those “under the radar” options for cutlet sandwiches. Try it out for yourself and be the judge.

Cordon Bleu

Melted swiss, ham, and honey mustard. It may also pair well with chicken. A classic sandwich that has different versions and combinations.

It may be better than any other cordon bleu you’ve had. So give it a go.

West Coast

If avocado, bacon, Swiss cheese, and mayo are a thing – then you might enjoy this sandwich. It may be an excellent combo with eggplant. Or if you want to try it with chicken for an interesting twist, go for it.

After all, it’s your sandwich. You can try it the way you want.

Chop Chop

Is it a sandwich or a glorified salad in bread? That’s up to you. But no matter what you call it, it can pair well with either chicken or eggplant – whichever matchers your personal tastes. Romaine, tomato, olives, onion, and balsamic just might be a great combo for a sandwich like this.


Tony Boy’s has cutlet sandwiches like the 14 we have listed above. Our rankings might change over time, so don’t consider this to be the end all of all sandwich rankings. But what we do want is to hear it from our customers.

Which of these out of the best cutlet sandwiches in NJ stand out to you? What’s your favorite? Visit Tony Boy’s at one of our locations in the Garden State today and choose one for yourself.

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