Piazza San Pier Maggiore in Florence has been around for 70 years and now offers the same quality panini in Midtown
With meats that include prosciutto and salami, roasted vegetables, and secret sauces, each panini offered is top quality.
Toasty, cheesy, and portable, the panini has been a long-time favorite among sandwich connoisseurs. It’s not a surprise that the best panini originate from Italy. With a track record like that, how can they not be good?
These famed sandwiches are now offered in New York City for the first time ever. Though not quite as cool as enjoying a panini in the original location, the recently opened Antico Noè in Midtown Manhattan is the first outpost outside of Italy. It offers traditional panini made just like the ones found in Florence — same secret sauces, recipes, and fresh bread.
To make sure this standard of quality and taste would be found in each panini made in the Midtown location, the U.S.-based team studied and trained at the Florence location to learn all the various tricks of the trade, as well as how to create the most authentic panini experience possible.
The menu has quite a big selection of panini options, that include #21, prosciutto di parma, tomatoes, basil, mozzarella, balsamic glaze, and it famous pesto sauce; #4, its signature stuffed chicken, prosciutto, Mortadella, mushrooms, mozzarella, and its famous rose sauce; as well as vegetarian options like #13, eggplant, roasted onions, artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, and an olive spread, and pesto sauce.
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