Really good ingredients, classy Italian place, and a lot of choices to make a sandwich, a must in bleecker st.
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Exactly what they say they are! Amazing pork selection and sandwiches. Everyone was extremely nice. Bought two sandwiches and saved one of them for home. Opened it seven hours later and it was simply amazing! Next to the cheese shop and great bakeries close by...More
Growing up in the 50's and 60's in Brooklyn, We had real pork stores, stores that sold primarily pork. Faicco's is a pork store! Fresh mozzarella, many varieties of sausage made fresh daily
This place is really a slice of Americana, that you don't find much any more. My brother used to work nearby and he recommended it for lunch. What a treat. I had a delicious sub sandwich that was enough to feed several people. We also...More
I am 75 year old Italian American living near by. in the west village .You cannot get any better food., not the american version of Italian food .
I got the Mufaletta with Olive Tapenade and my wife got the Turkey with Bacon and Provalone. The sandwiches were good and the portions were generous. This is only a value $ option if you share your sandwich. In our case, since we didn’t it...More
We Try The arrancini balls and They were awsome, Great Flavor and taste, it Is also Next to Murrays wich is a must stop to buy aged cheese, olives, smoke ham, and other delicius stuff.
Undoubtedly the best sandwich I’ve ever tried! I ate the chicken pesto and my mom had the smoke ham roasted pork! They are HUGE, fresh and delicious. We only managed to eat half though so it might be a great idea to share. I will...More
Came here for lunch. We ordered 3 subs. Hot cappacolla with super sharp provolone , salami & pepperoni with fresh mozzarella and the Italian. All 3 were superb. Extremely fresh. The best subs hands down. There is a nice little park at the end of...More
Love this place. Incredible heroes. If your looking for a good lunch sandwich witch is big enough for dinner to that is nothing but the best quality meats and bread in NYC look no further. I usually order off the hero's of the week menu...More