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Zito's sandwiches


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Zito's sandwiches

Iron Frank | May 2, 2002 04:48 PM

Has anyone else tried the sandwiches at Zito's. They have quite an assortment of mini-ones on small hard roll for around $1.50. Most of them are variations on a mozzarella theme. I tried a mozzarella with pesto that was very fresh tasting and made a nice snack. It would take several to fill me up though.

They have larger sandwiches on thin baguettes with fillings like tuna salad, Italian slice meats and so on.

It's been a couple of years since I've been into Zito's but I don't remember any of this being there. Have I gone mad?

Although they are pretty much a bargain for the area I wish the sandwiches weren't prewrapped, practically ruining the crusty bread if you don't get them early.
They'd be great to pick up in the morning and rewrap them in something more breathable for later consumption.
Next door at Murray's the sandwiches are stored properly and can even be pressed as has been mentioned here before but they are slightly more costly than the Zito's selection.


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