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|The Bosco (salad)|
The Enzo: I loved the artichoke on this guy but the Sfilatino bread was a little too sturdy for my tastes. Better off with the Stirato. In fact, this is the case on most of the sandwiches, I feel.
The Pinocchio: For meat lovers. With both sopressata and prosciutto, this is a hefty hero, although the sweet peppers and fresh mozzarella a little light. The olive paste adds a pungent funk, so make sure you like olives.
The Monica: The combination of tangy gorgonzola with the umami of grilled portobellas and the toothsome house-made sundried tomatoes definitely conjure up a pizza-esque connotation. The texture of the bread is perfectly balanced with the filling so when you bite down, the sandwich remains intact.
The Gregorio: Lip-smacking, fiery intensity the just makes you keep wanting more. Every element packs a punch, from the soppressata to the hot peppers to the arugula, but the mozzarella keeps things under control. Again, best with the Stirato bread.
The Laura: Focaccia (which was a little dry) split and spread with nutella and hot spread. After The Gregorio, I didn't even detect the heat. It was only upon the occasion for leftovers did it's profound heat appear to me. It's a pretty fun little treat. Hopefully you'll get fresher bread.