Originally a tiny sandwich-serving outpost for Downtown's Pizzeria Bianco, this spot is now a full-fledged restaurant of its own. That is not to say, however, that the sandwiches have not remained Pane Bianco's standout menu item. The focaccia bread is all baked to order in a wood-fired oven, the mozzarella is house-made, and all of the produce is purchased locally. The chefs wood-roast their peppers and mash their chicken salad in-house, throwing fresh arugula, heirloom tomatoes, and their own stone-ground mustard onto miraculously fresh bread. You can still grab your focaccia creation to-go at the counter, but beyond the remarkable sandwiches, the dinner menu boasts handmade lasagna, eggplant parmesan, wildly fresh market vegetables, and most importantly, an impressive selection of wood-fired personal pizzas, all served in a spacious, industrial dining room with walls of exposed brick, framed in string lights.