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Temporarily closed: Part market, part sandwich shop, Carbone's Italian Sausage Deli almost always has a line of people in front of the counter. In 1974, Rosa Lonardo and her husband, Nick, bought this place from Dominic Carbone, who taught the pair how to make sausages and meatballs the old-fashioned way before turning over the keys to his shop. Today, Nick and his team still work in a back room, visible through a door behind the counter, grinding down pork butts and other piggy parts, mixing them with paprika, fennel and garlic, then tightly packing the meat in natural casings and refrigerating the sausages. For meatballs, they add ground beef to the sausage mix, along with a secret blend of spices. You can order both the meatballs and the sausage -- as well as cold cuts shaved on a massive metal slicer -- as subs, loaded onto a baguette and topped with mozzarella or provolone and other accoutrements. The final product is packaged in white butcher paper to go; there's no seating at Carbone's, unless you count your car in the parking lot.
When Carbone's Italian Sausage Deli shut its doors last month, word was that the closure was temporary. But today there are no signs of it reopening, and the voicemail message remains unchanged: "We w... More »
After months of rumors, Carbone's Italian Sausage has closed -- at least temporarily. "We will be be temporarily closed due to a sickness in the family," says the message on the business's voicemail, ... More »
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Carbone's Italian Sausage Deli, which has been slinging mouthwatering meatball sandwiches in north Denver for decades, has temporarily closed. See also: - Carbone's Italian Sausage Deli is closing...... More »
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The lines outside Carbone's spill onto the sidewalk, a declaration of the devotion that cultists have for this decades-old, ramshackle purveyor of Italian meats and cheeses, spicy peppers plumped with Provolone and prosciutto, dried pastas, frozen pastas, meatballs and marinara sauce and, most important, sandwiches. Owner Rose Lonardo knows just about everyone by name, and everyone certainly knows hers. She'll size you up faster than you can say "meatball," and she's a quick-witted master... More »
great little market for sausage, capicola, salami, cheese and other stuff. The couple that runs it are great. Very entertaining couple more than willing to talk and tell stories about the 36 years they've had the shop and about her family, politics and taxes, etc. She also has the tendency to slice meat and hand it out to you while she tells her stories too. When its all said and done, make sure you walk out the door with a meatball sandwich, THE BEST!!!
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