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Map & Directions 330 W. Broadway
New York, NY 10013
  • Italian, Paninis, Sandwiches
  • Daily 8am-8pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Accepted
  • Garage, Street


Village Voice's Description

Italian-born owner Michele Colombo rejects the American idea of the Panini as a pressed sandwich. Here he simply toasts his bread and cuts his meat to order, carefully maintaining a ratio of two parts filling to one part bread.The selection of meats is impressive, ranging from prosciutto di parma and bresaola to speck and hot salami, which are then piled on either an Italian roll or two pieces of fluffy Pullman bread. There are even a few vegetarian options as well, which substitute imported cheeses like buffalo mozzarella and pecorino for meat. In true Italian style, you can finish your meal with an espresso, made with beans from Illy. The Soho space is refreshingly clean and modern. The Berkel meat slicer is reverently housed in a clear plastic case, with various meats and loaves of bread tucked into little cubes behind the counter. Brightly colored square tables are surrounded by stools for those who want to eat in, while delivery is available for office workers in the area.—Keith Wagstaff

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  • The most popular sandwich here is a five-inch bun stuffed with prosciutto, mozzarella and tomatoes for $13.50. It weighs eight ounces with a meat-and-cheese to bread ratio of two to one.

  • AskMen on 05/28/10

    On the menu are several dozen meat/cheese/veggie-based paninis -- toasted, not pressed -- to eat in or take out.

  • Foodspotting on 01/15/11

    Try the Assorted Panini and spot it on Foodspotting!

  • Cezary P. on 04/23/10

    real Italian panini, coming to Soho this spring 2010. follow us on Twitter for the latest updates: @salumenewyork

  • Metromix on 06/25/10

    There are about 20 panini on the menu, which go for $10.50–$12.50 and involve the usual suspects: prosciutto, bresaola, speck, coppa. About 80 percent of ingredients are imported from Italy.

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