all’ ANTICO VINAIO
GREENWICH VILLAGE, NEW YORK
The famed Florentine Sandwich Shop has touched down in Greenwich Village, New York.
all’ Antico Vinaio is a famous Panini Shop from Florence, Italy, that is uber famous with Tourists and Instagramers. They are famous for their square stuffed sandwiches on Focaccia Bread. Sandiches are filled with Mortadella, Salami, Prosciutto, Mozzarella and other Italian Sandwich ingredients.
The new sandwich shop at 225 Sullivan Street in New York’s Greenwich Village opend the other day, and is already doing brisk business. There are not super long lines “yet” though suspect there will be soon, once the masses of New Yorkers and tourist discover that there is an Antico Vinaio panani shop on Sullivan Street.
Famed New York restaurantuer Joe Bastianich has partnered up with the people at Antico Vinaio to open New York’s second all’ Antico Vinaaio Italian sandwich shop.
all’ Antico Vinaio is an Instagram Sensation in Florence, Italy, and is proven to be so on the other side of the pond in America, with locations in Los Angelos, California, and the two shops in New York, and we are sure with Joe Bastianich involved, one day there might be 100 or more locations all over America.
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Yes folks,sad but true, Joe’s Dairy is closing. After 60 years in business, the beloved little Cheese Shop, a.k.a. “Jimmy The Cheeseman’s Store” from The Pope of Greenwich Village, will sell their last ball of fresh Home Made Mozzarella (The best in The City) at 6 PM today May, 11 2013, and New York and the Italian Community of South Greenwich Village loses but one more beloved institution.
This is particularly a major blow to we Italian-Americans who lost our much loved Rocco Restorante on Thompson Street in The Village last year. Rocco’s, after 90 years in Greenwich Village lost it’s lease last year and The Torissi Boys quickly swooped in to open “Carbone,” which promised to be a classic Old School Downtown New York Italian Red Sauce Joint like Rocco’s was, but with $50 Veal Parmigiano and $52 Veal Marsala on the menu, it just doesn’t seem so.
And so my friends we lose another beloved old New York Mom-and-Pop business to greed landlords. It’s a Sin, and we all wish something could be done about this scourge. Bye-Bye Joe’s we’ll surely miss you there on Sullivan Street, and we’re gonna miss New York’s Best Mozz. So we’re do we go now? I still refuse to set food in that awful, overprice commercial enterprise Eataly, that’s for tourist and another type of person I will not mention. Guess I’ll have to walk down to DiPalo’s. Joe’s was only 2 blocks from my house. I’ll miss it so.
Pauilie (Eric Roberts) Eats a massive Italian-American Sandwich, “As only an Italian-American can” and chats with his cousin (Cujino) CHARLIE (Mickey Rourke) in The Italian American Greenwich Village Classic “THE POPE of GREENWICH VILLAGE”