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Genco Sandwiches (Lauderdale by the Sea)

The Chowfather | Aug 5, 201508:50 PM     1

I have a stud sandwich shop for you sub, hogie and hero fans out there. Genco is a riff on The Godfather and all of there sandwiches are named after prominent characters with the exception of my boy Hyman Roth. Hyman was a corned beef sandwich with slaw and Russian dressing. Hyman didn't sell and he too sleeps with the fishes.

Must gets - Fredo - housemade veal, pork and beef meatballs with Pecorino Romano. The meatballs were perfect and the sauce worked too, Bread is solid.

Next up Sollozzo - breaded chicken cutlet, sautéed spinach with garlic, sharp provolone plus roasted red peppers. Sick.

Prior visits I really enjoyed the Clemenza which was similar to the Sollozzo except it had broccoli rabe in lieu of spinache.

I also had the incredible Michael - ham. capicola genoa salami, sharp provolone.

This place is up there with La Spada and may be better. Head to head throw down need to go down

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