At Osteria All’antico Vinaio in Florence, Italy, they make sandwiches that look so insanely good that we don’t blame you if you accidentally try to take a bite of your screen. This place makes the very best sandwiches in Florence. And they are now also in New York!
The best sandwiches in Florence
Antico Vinaio has been in Florence for a while: since the 1960s to be precise. On a busy day, as many as 700 hungry Italians (and tourists) drop by for such a famous sandwich. They are so popular that the store recently expanded with a branch in New York. The lines are long there too.
But what makes this case’s sandwiches so popular? It starts first with fantastic bread. At Antico Vinaoi they use schiacciata : an Italian break bread that looks a lot like focaccia. But don’t let the residents hear that: according to them, it is a typical Florentine product that is unique to the city.
Florentine salami, artichoke cream and aubergine
And those schiaccata are topped with the tastiest fillings at this sandwich shop. The bestseller (and also the very first sandwich ever served here) is the La Favolosa . A sandwich with sbriciolona (a Florentine salami), a Pecorino cream, artichoke cream and a kind of spicy aubergine salsa.
The menu has suggestions from the deli, but you can also pick out the toppings for your schiacciata yourself, if you’d like.
You must have been here once, right? You can find Osteria All’antico Vinaio at Via dei Neri, 74 R in Florence, Italy or at 729 8th Avenue in New York.
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