You Haven't Lived Until You've Tried The Sandwiches From This Mouthwatering San Francisco Deli
San Francisco is known for many great food items. Sandwiches? Yes, if you want a classic sandwich with fixings that will make your mouth water then look no further. Read on to learn more about this classic deli serving amazing sandwiches in North Beach!
Molinari Delicatessen is located in the neighborhood of North Beach. This is San Francisco's Little Italy, so good quality food is a priority.
Molinari Delicatessen is a popular deli that has been open for over 100 years and today is run by the fourth-generation Molinari brothers.
There are a few things you should do when you enter and order at this deli. First and foremost, grab a ticket number, select a piece of bread from the bread bin, and then hand your bread to staff when your number is called for your sandwich.
Below is the North Beach sandwich, featuring a basil-garlic spread. Other options range from the classic pastrami to the South Beach sandwich, which combines artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, turkey and provolone.
The Molinari special is one of the best options here. And, this sandwich is recommended by foodie/entertainer Anthony Bourdain.
This is the Renzo Special Sandwich with chicken parm wedges, pasta salads, and classic Italian beverages.
The menu is varied so it can be hard to figure out what you want. Expect gourmet sandwiches, Italian groceries, olive oil, regional wines and the famous Molinari salami!
Before you leave, make sure to soak in the old school vibe here. If you've never been to Italy then get a taste here. This deli has gourmet Italian groceries like fresh gnocchi, olive oil, regional wines, and salami hanging from the ceiling in three-pound logs. Yum!
You can find Molinari Delicatessen at 373 Columbus Ave in San Francisco. Check out their
website for more information on their delicious products and the company’s long history.
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