309 East Houston Street
New York, NY 10002
What makes a Venetian Sandwich, or so called Tramezzino, different than a usual sandwich? The bread, the quality of it’s ingredients and the preparation process. We use only artisanal bread from the country side of Venice which is healthy, low in calories and made with simple ingredients like flower, olive oil and then baked fresh and imported weekly to NYC. We find quality ingredients imported from Italy and outsource fresh vegetables from the farmers market that grows them the old way – no pesticides, no hormones, all natural and all organic. The actual word ‘Tramezzino’ was invented by Gabriele D’Annunzio as a replacement for the English word “sandwich”, which is easier to pronounce and a completely Italian term. “Tramezzino” sounds like “in-between”, with the addition of the diminutive suffix “-ino”products from the local farmers. The Venetian Tramezzino distinguish itself by the belly, yes.. correct it must have a belly filled with tasty quality ingredients.
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