Venue Info

Known For

Italian

Sandwiches

When you walk into Faicco’s Italian Specialties, you’re immediately overtaken by the scent of aged cheese and salty cured meats. The Greenwich Village market has been in the Faicco family since 1900 -- the first location was on Thompson Street, but it moved to its current Bleecker Street storefront in the 1940s. Faicco's is first and foremost a butcher shop known for its house-made sausages, but its inventory is full of all the ingredients you'd need to fashion an authentic Italian feast, from cans of San Marzano tomatoes and imported burrata to prosciutto bread and prepared foods like arancini rice balls and baked ziti. The sandwich counter is a huge hit for the lunch crowd with a menu of Italian heroes, meatball subs, and daily specials like chicken cutlet with mozzarella and pesto.

faicco's
New York

Faicco's Italian Specialities

Jeremy Jacobowitz/Thrillist 

When you walk into Faicco’s Italian Specialties, you’re immediately overtaken by the scent of aged cheese and salty cured meats. The Greenwich Village market has been in the Faicco family since 1900 -- the first location was on Thompson Street, but it moved to its current Bleecker Street storefront in the 1940s. Faicco's is first and foremost a butcher shop known for its house-made sausages, but its inventory is full of all the ingredients you'd need to fashion an authentic Italian feast, from cans of San Marzano tomatoes and imported burrata to prosciutto bread and prepared foods like arancini rice balls and baked ziti. The sandwich counter is a huge hit for the lunch crowd with a menu of Italian heroes, meatball subs, and daily specials like chicken cutlet with mozzarella and pesto.