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105 Sullivan St., New York, NY, 10012
nr. Spring St.
Just plain rude
By Madhatter on 2/17/2009
The woman was unhappy that I had asked for two bags for two sandwiches, since my friend and I had to go our separate ways and I had checked to make sure that we each had the right bag. Then when I opened my lunch, I had his order. When I called them, I didn't even get a word in, she snapped that she was busy and hung up. I called again, explained the situation and she said it was a mistake, didn't apologize, and told me that I didn't have to ever come back. Which was overkill. I'll stick with Lamazou for quality sandwiches without a side of anger.
A place both carnivore and vegetarian can be pleased
By fussy2007 on 5/25/2007
This understated doorway at 105 Sullivan St. can easily be missed. It belies the amazing sandwiches on REAL ITALIAN BREADS which have real Italian cold cuts on them. The man at the meat slicer has an Italian accent from the north. They have Italian specialty cold cut such as Rovignati Ham which is what Boars Head wishes it were. They adorn the offerings with the best sun dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts and creamy mozzarella that makes me want to go back to Italy. They post what they don't have ie. Mayonaise etc. Who cares with what they have we don't need it or want it. They also have other hard to find items like canned cherry tomatoes from Italia and Cocoa Jones Brownies from here in NYC. Worth the trip from anywhere to feel like you're on vacation in Venice. A few small tables make it intimate, get there before the crowd.
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