Legendary Florentine sandwich shop All’Antico Vinaio turned into quite the NYC go-to when it opened its doors on 8th avenue last year, and now it has gotten a second home at 225 Sullivan Street in Greenwich Village.
Officially opened as of yesterday (10/4), the restaurant first teased the opening in an Instagram post before sharing a photo of them cutting the red ribbon at their official opening this past Tuesday.
The menus seem to be the same at both locations, so hungry visitors can expect to find all the tasty items from the Midtown brick-and-mortar, which of course includes the delicious square, stuffed sandwich.
From the La Broadway, made with Pistachio cream, stracciatella, sun dried tomato, spicy zucchini, and arugula to the La Schiacciata Di Manolo, made with Prosciutto cotto, mozzarella, truffle cream, and spicy eggplant, you truly can’t go wrong, and your taste buds will thank you regardless of which sandwich you order.
Considered one of the best street food experiences in the world, the two Manhattan locations are the restaurant’s only storefronts outside of Italy–since 1991 the three Florence locations have been drawing crowds of both Italians and tourists alike–but a second location deems it safe to say that New Yorkers can’t get enough of this spot, named “home of the world’s best sandwiches” by Saveur magazine.
The new location can be found in Greenwich Village and has the same hours as its Midtown counterpart.
Where: Midtown – 729 8th Ave. / Greenwich Village – 225 Sullivan St.
When: Sunday-Thursday, 11:30a.m. – 8p.m., Friday-Saturday 11:30a.m. – 10p.m.