famous Italian sandwich shop in Bay Ridge with over 100 names?
Hi NY Chowhounds,
I worked on the Scott Baio show a couple years ago and we shot around Bay Ridge/Dyker Heights. Scott took us to a great market/deli sandwich shop that had the most amazing sandwiches. It was a small place, but inside there were names of over 100 sandwiches, all named after famous Italian Americans.
Does anyone know the name and address of that place?
I'm headed back to that area and would love to pick up a really good sandwich.
Also, happy to take any other recommendations for "must eats" for that area including Park Slope.
Thanks so much!
can't help with the sandwich place, but some of our very much missed since moving from Bay Ridge included Ninos (Gran Mama pizza), Kimchee Korean Barbeque, & Pho 86
9110 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11209
Pho Hoai 86
2171 86th St, Brooklyn, NY 11214
9324 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11209
its actually in bensonhurst, called lioni latticini at 78th st and 15th ave. some other great eats in the area include villabate alba pasticceria at 70th st and 18th ave, frank and sal salumeria/all around italian market at 80th st and 18th ave, calogero's salumeria at 75th st and 20th ave, and joe's of avenue u focacceria palermitana at ave U and mcdonald ave.
Yes, Lioni's is great (and it's fun to read the sandwich names/descriptions). In addition to joeyBK's other recommendations, I think Royal Crown bakery, on 14th Ave just south of 65th St, still makes the best ciabatta in the borough (along with other great breads). For pastries, I second Villabate: even if you're not hungry, just go to look--the decorations on the pastries are sometimes pretty remarkable.