Muffuletta sandwiches in SF???
- Accident Prone Jan 14, 2002 01:09 AM
Anybody know a good place in the Bay Area to get muffuletta sandwiches??? Had one in New Orleans a while back and have been wanting one again ever since...
The Francic Coppola restaurant has them on house made rolls. Pretty good. I can't remember the restaurant name, but it is on Columbus and Kearney, in the funny shaped green building with the awning. Worth checking out.
Grew up on them in the Cresent City, but never tried to buy a prepared one here. However, Trader Joe's sells Mufaletta mix(the olive stuff) in jars. It's pretty good. Whith this, a loaf of round sourdough, some salami, proscuto,&provolove,it's possible to make a good one at home.
re: R. LaCour Greenberg
There's a place in Williams, CA, just off I-5, called Granzella's that sells all sorts of olives and olive products, including an excellent muffeletta mix. They also have a sit-down Italian deli-style restaurant that serves pretty good sandwiches, etc.
You can order their olive products by phone or fax.
Here's the link: