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SoHo's Alidoro, originally founded by notorious city sandwich boss Alessandro Gualandi, makes a legendary Italian sandwich. And not just one; this small Soho shop makes 40 variations, each given the name of a historical cultural notable, from Sinatra (smoked mozzarella, prosciutto, sweet roasted peppers) to Da Vinci (sardines or mackerel, sun-dried tomatoes, Bel Paese cheese). The store may have changed hands since Gualandi's day, but the mentality stays the same: high-quality ingredients, an uncompromising attitude, and don't even think about asking for mayo, capiche?

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Alidoro

Alidoro

SoHo's Alidoro, originally founded by notorious city sandwich boss Alessandro Gualandi, makes a legendary Italian sandwich. And not just one; this small Soho shop makes 40 variations, each given the name of a historical cultural notable, from Sinatra (smoked mozzarella, prosciutto, sweet roasted peppers) to Da Vinci (sardines or mackerel, sun-dried tomatoes, Bel Paese cheese). The store may have changed hands since Gualandi's day, but the mentality stays the same: high-quality ingredients, an uncompromising attitude, and don't even think about asking for mayo, capiche?