Unfortunately, the folks at DiBacco’s were on vacation, so I went back to D&D and had just a small Italian combo on a roll. (Not a “grinder” per se, I guess? Oh well.)
Prosciutto, capicola, ham, salami. And, yes, mayo, because I said so. Everything was nicely proportioned. A solid, well-constructed, delicious sandwich.
I’m cheating a bit here because I really made this post to show you D&D’s incredible arancini.
As big as a tennis ball, and filled with risotto-style rice, beef, peas, cheese, and sauce.
$3 each and a meal in itself. I went a little crazy afterwards, and bought a lot of their prepared food to sample: meatballs, more arancini, sweet sausage and peppers, chicken cutlets, eggplant cutlets, pepperoni, stuffed bread, housemade sauce. [:X]