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Panino'teca 275

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It's on Smith Street & Degraw. Is it any good or should I go somewhere else for a good panini/sandwich? Thanks!

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    1. Paninoteca is solidly tasty with some really delicious sandwiches and good prices. It reminds me a bit of 'ino in the west village. I love the a capacolla panino and the prosciutto fig bruschetta.

      The wine list is also pretty decent -- I usually order the primitivo.

      1. is it open now?
        http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

        also, per brendan t's suggestion, i highly recommend the soppressata/roasted garlic/ artichoke/fontina panini.... if you don't mind being smelly for a long time afterwards :
        )http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

        1. I was just there last Saturday night (8/5). The panini are really well executed and they use high quality ingredients (I'm partial to the eggplant/tomato/goat cheese) and I also recommend the bruchetta, especially the fresh ricotta and I love the proscuitto with fig jam. Their tiramisu is good but the chocolate bundt cake (was their special chocolate dessert that night) was too dry.

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