The hoagies from this wine shop in the Outer Sunset are as long as the arm of an average-sized adult - which is to say, they’re massive. Get the Italian American, a sesame roll overflowing with paper-thin mortadella, salami, mozzarella, onion, arugula, and freshly shaved parmesan. But what makes the sandwich particularly special is the creamy ’nduja mayo. They also have a garlic roast pork hoagie and a cauliflower hoagie, as well as salads, snacks, and an excellent spicy garlic cheese spread. Also, you’ll want to grab a bottle from their extensive wine selection while you’re there.
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