Diavolo Panini at Toscano and Sons Italian Market

While Toscano and Sons’ paninis may look simple — many are just three or four ingredients — the flavors are anything but. Take the Diavolo. It’s nothing more than spongy ciabata, paper-thin slices of hot capocollo and salami, plus a mild asiago. Yet in one bite, you get slightly sour notes from the bread, the pepperiness of the meats and a nutty finish thanks to the cheese. This delectable combo of quality ingredients, and an enticing shortlist of other paninis, has already compelled me to return twice more (in back-to-back visits, no less). Frankly, if anyone deserves to be called Sandwich Artists, it’s the guys behind the counter at Toscano and Sons. Toscano and Sons Italian Market, 1000 Marietta Street #106, Atlanta, GA (404) 815-8383 • toscanoandsons.com


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