Tuesday, January 22, 2013

DePasquale's Homemade Pasta Shoppe

Panino
We try to cook dinner as much as possible, but I have to say when you live in the North End, it's tough.  Walk outside our apartment and there are Italian restaurants galore. One place we've come to visit on a weekly basis is DePasquale's. This shop is known for it's homemade pasta, ravioli, and gnocchi. It also offers a variety of Italian specialty foods: cheese, meats, spreads, etc.

Italian
However, we have come to love DePasquale's sandwich offerings. The French loaf is from Bricco Panetteria (also part of DePasquale's Ventures), which is probably the best bread around. Each slice of meat, cheese, lettuce, and tomato is freshly cut for each sandwich. Our favorites are the Panino (fresh mozzarella, proscuitto, tomato, and basil) and the Italian (a selection of Italian meats, lettuce, tomato, pepperoncini, onion). We've come to realize one sandwich is enough for two people (assuming you have a side of chips), so for a little less than $8 you really can't beat this tasty deal.

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