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The Joe Boccardi's on Chouteau Avenue offers diners Italian food to go that would make Mr. Puzo proud. The carryout menu features several sandwich options, though it might not be wise to trust anyone who orders the Carlo, a turkey, bacon, Swiss and pesto number, or a Fredo, with its roast beef, peppers and onions, and Provel cheese. The Moe Green is one to keep an eye on, piled high with roast beef, ham, turkey and mozzarella. Of course, some sandwiches you just can't say no to, such as the Godfather, featuring a stack of Volpi salami, mortadella and prosciutto with provolone and olive spread. These Oscar-worthy sandwiches come on either a muffaletta bun or ciabatta roll. Similar themed salads, strombolis and pastas are also available, along with sundry Italian items in Joe Boccardi's Market.
The Joe Boccardi’s on Chouteau Avenue offers diners Italian food to go that would make Mr. Puzo proud. The carryout menu features several sandwich options, though it might not be wise to trust anyone who orders the Carlo, a turkey, bacon, Swiss and pesto number, or a Fredo, with its roast beef, peppers and onions, and Provel cheese. The Moe Green is one to keep an eye on, piled high with roast beef, ham, turkey and mozzarella. Of course, some sandwiches you just can’t say no to, such as the Godfather, featuring a stack of Volpi salami, mortadella and prosciutto with provolone and olive spread. These Oscar-worthy sandwiches come on either a muffaletta bun or ciabatta roll. Similar themed salads, strombolis and pastas are also available, along with sundry Italian items in Joe Boccardi’s Market.
The Joe Boccardi’s on Chouteau Avenue offers diners Italian food to go that would make Mr. Puzo proud. The carryout menu features several sandwich options, though it might not be wise to trust anyone who orders the Carlo, a turkey, bacon, Swiss and pesto number, or a Fredo, with its roast beef, peppers and onions, and Provel cheese. The Moe Green is one to keep an eye on, piled high with roast beef, ham, turkey and mozzarella. Of course, some sandwiches you just can’t say no to, such as the Godfather, featuring a stack of Volpi salami, mortadella and prosciutto with provolone and olive spread. These Oscar-worthy sandwiches come on either a muffaletta bun or ciabatta roll. Similar themed salads, strombolis and pastas are also available, along with sundry Italian items in Joe Boccardi’s Market.
The Joe Boccardi’s on Chouteau Avenue offers diners Italian food to go that would make Mr. Puzo proud. The carryout menu features several sandwich options, though it might not be wise to trust anyone who orders the Carlo, a turkey, bacon, Swiss and pesto number, or a Fredo, with its roast beef, peppers and onions, and Provel cheese. The Moe Green is one to keep an eye on, piled high with roast beef, ham, turkey and mozzarella. Of course, some sandwiches you just can’t say no to, such as the Godfather, featuring a stack of Volpi salami, mortadella and prosciutto with provolone and olive spread. These Oscar-worthy sandwiches come on either a muffaletta bun or ciabatta roll. Similar themed salads, strombolis and pastas are also available, along with sundry Italian items in Joe Boccardi’s Market.
Katie Lee builds on the success of her popular Clayton pizzeria with her second effort, Katie’s Pizza & Pasta, in Rock Hill. Inspired by her time living in Florence, Italy, Lee aims to capture casual Italian osteria at her newest location, this time expanding the menu to include house-made pasta. Fans of the original outpost should rest assured that her signature pies feature prominently on the menu — a medley of butternut squash, figs, pancetta and goat cheese drizzled with balsamic encapsulates her style. For Neapolitan purists, however, the Margherita does not capture the classic. Pastas are equally hit or miss. Katie’s is at its best when it does classic pesto and meatballs, but the liberties it takes with carbonara fall flat. The charm of the place makes these inconsistencies more bearable, however. Lee has managed to take a plain, shotgun-style storefront in a strip mall and turn it into a cozy, shabby-chic space. The open kitchen and packed bar give the place a bustling energy, and the bar has a creative selection of Italian influenced craft cocktails while patrons wait amid the throngs of admirers for a table.
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