Merigan Sub Shop has it all: local produce, house-butchered meats, wine and beer—and it’s all just a couple blocks away from AT&T Park, home of the beloved San Francisco Giants. Spectators are actually allowed to bring food into the park, for those catching a game. Everything on the menu is delicious, but the Italian combo, meatball sub, and chicken or eggplant parm are definite favorites. Don’t forget to add burrata for maximum indulgence! (636 2nd St. at Harrison, 415-536-2991)
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Italian grocery stall in Santa Margherita Ligure. A pure triumph of colours and beauty. I wished I could congratulate with the shop attendant for setting up such a beautiful display. I felt I wanna buy everything but mostly the 'puntarelle' just ready neat and cleaned in water to taste with the local anchovies. If you visit Liguria and #Portofino you cannot miss this charming town. . . . . #wishversilia #italianriviera #travel #travelpics #instatravel #instavacation #ilovetravel #italygram…
Little Italy Chicago There are several Italian neighborhoods in Chicago, but the most popular section, the one actually known as ‘Little Italy’ is the area southwest of the Loop around Taylor Street. Although not as exclusively Italian as it was in the past, it still offers up a healthy dose of Italian culture and cuisine to both locals and visitors. The area is lined with everything from bakeries to sandwhich shops to spots for fine-dining.
In Rome, Really Local Food By KATIE PARLA Published: June 2, 2010 Urbana 47, a restaurant and cafe in the Monti district of Rome, everything is for sale. The light fixtures, the used furniture, and the ingredients used in each dish can all be packed up and carried away, or delivered to your home. Mia Market in Rome serves food exclusively from Italy’s Lazio region.
On the far end of Rue Saint-Honoré, where the designer shops turn into local brasseries and superettes, take a turn onto the road of the ‘dry tree’, rue de l’Abre Sec, marked by the Italian fountain of Ludovicus XVI. Look for the big blue door at number 52 where a trolley of old books will lure the wandering eye. Dip into the passageway and begin your descent into the rabbit hole…
Italian Sub at Angelo's Pizza - (13715 Madison Ave, angelosonline.com) - Angelo's Pizza sells more than just the pie. This multiple award-winning pizza shop also shop offers several sandwiches and subs, our favorite being the all encompassing Italian Sub. You can't go wrong with the Italian Sub, just choose everything and be on your way. If you plan to stay, don't worry. Watch your sports and grab a beer while you're here too.