Mario Batali's dad Armando curates this incredible salumeria, which is more than a match, meat-wise for anything created by his famous son. By all means, eat a sandwich while you're there, but make sure to take a lot home to eat slice by slice.
Get here now. Armando Batali (father of Mario) offers up quality charcuterie and sandwiches to eat in or takeaway. Ask about their private luncheons.
Sure, there are lines. So what? No matter what you order when you get inside, it's going to be worth the wait. All-time faves include the meatball sandwich, the daily pasta, the incredibly satisfying soups and the hot meat plate with a little bit of everything. Help yourself to a glass of wine on the table and pay for it on the way out. During the holiday season, do not miss the rum cake!
Real Italian. Owner Armandino cures his own meats here, and they're the best. Salami is my favorite, and there are five or six types to choose from. The Porchetta sandwich is also a favorite, but really, you can't go wrong. Sandwiches are huge and cost around $5 or $6. You won't have a place to sit--there are only one or two small tables--so just get your sandwich and go. I believe you can make special dinner reservations, but you better do so well in advance.
Perfect place to pick up lunch. There's not much seating in here, but that hardly matters. The sandwiches are good enough that you can just pick one up and take it back to the office. All of the ingredients are of such quality that it's well worth taking it to go.
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