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First Look at Acquedolci, Now Serving Olive Bread and Panelle Sandwiches

First Look at Acquedolci, Now Serving Olive Bread and Panelle Sandwiches

Photo: Melissa Hom

As expected, Italian sub shop and self-declared “mercato Siciliano” Acquedolci has opened in the former Dom’s space, meaning sandwiches have returned to 181 Grand Street in a big way. As you can see in our first photos of the shop, and by looking at the menu below, a wide assortment of breads are on offer, as well as pastas and prepared entrées. Things are still getting off the ground (when we stopped in today they were out of fresh ricotta as well as olive salad, though there was homemade mozzarella), but in the fashion of Di Palo across the way, you can expect a bite of whatever cheese you’ve ordered before it goes into the slicer.

Photo: Melissa Hom

Sandwiches
L’Italiano (prosciutto, soppressata, mozzarella, lettuce, roasted peppers, olive oil and balsamic vinegar) - $9
Il Siciliano (fried eggplant, ricotta salata cheese, roasted peppers) - $8
L’Americano (ham, turkey, American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, olive oil, vinegar, mayo) - $8.50
Muffuletta (ham, salami, mortadella, provolone, mozzarella, and olive salad) - $8.50
Il Pucino (chicken cutlet, melted Fontina, spinach and roasted peppers) - $8.50
La Frittata (egg omelette and mozzarella) - $7
La Griglia (grilled eggplant, grilled zucchini, grilled peppers and balsamic dressing) - $8
Il Caprese (mozzarella, tomatoes, basil, and olive oil) - $8
L’Arrosto (roast beef, melted mozzarella, grilled onions, beef gravy) - $8.50
Il Tacchino (roasted turkey, broccoli rabe, Gorgonzola dressing) - $8.50
Il Diavolo (smoked turkey, smoked mozzarella, hot peppers, arugula) - $8.50
Panelle (fried chickpea fritters with fresh ricotta) - $7

Appetizers
Rice balls - $2
Sicilian rice balls - $4
Potato croquettes - $2
Mozzarella in Carozza - $4
Prosciutto balls - $2
Pepperoni rolls - $3
Spinach rolls - $3
Sausage rolls - $3
Fried ravioli (5) - $5
Bruschetta - $3

Pasta
Lasagne - $8
Vegetable lasagne - $8.50
Rigatoni Bolognese - $7.50
Rigatoni alla vodka - $7.50
Penne Pomodoro - $7
Baked ziti - $7.50
Fettucini Alfredo - $8
Manicotti - $8
Stuffed shells - $7.50
Spaghetti alio & olio - $7.50
Orecchiette broccoli rabe - $8
Penne pesto - $7.50
Fettucini carbonara - $8
Ravioli (cheese) - $8
Linguine & clam sauce (red or white) - $9
Pasta con sarde - $9
Tortellini in brood - $6
Rigatoni alla Sicilian - $8
Pasta al forno - $8

Photo: Melissa Hom

Entrées
Chicken Parmigiana - $9
Chicen fra diavolo - $9
Chicken cordon bleu - $9
Chicken Francese - $9
Eggplant Parmigiana - $8
Eggplant rollatini (stuffed with ricotta in a marinara sauce) - $8
Veal Parmigiana - $9
Veal & peppers - $9
Sausage Parmigiana - $8
Sausage & peppers - $8
Meatball Parmigiana - $8
Steak piazzaiole (red sauce with onions and garlic) - $8
Pepper steak (with peppers, onions and potatoes) - $8
Shrimp Parmigiana - $8
Shrimp scampi - $8

Salads
House salad - $6.50
Grilled chicken house salad - $8
Caesar salad - $6.50
Grilled chicken Caesar - $8
Tuna salad over greens - $7.50
Italian tuna over greens (in olive oil) - $7.50
Caprese - $8
Chef Salad - $8
Antipasto salad (salami, pepperoni, provolone, roasted peppers) - $8
Sicilian salad (oranges, red onions over greens) - $7
Greek salad (spinach, Feta cheese, Gaeta olives) - $7.50

Breads
Prosciutto bread - $4
Spinach bread - $3
Pepperoni bread - $3
Olive bread - $4
Ciabatta bread - $4
Foccacia bread - $3
Round Tuscan - $3.75
Italian semolina - $2
Italian brick oven - $2.50
Sicilian twist (seeded) - $3
Italian baguette - $3
French baguette - $3
Whole-wheat baguette - $3
Multigrain baguette - $3
Taralli (fennel, red pepper, black pepper, olive, plain, and sugar) - $4.59
Croissants - $1.50
Chocolate croissants - $1.75
Muffins - $2
Danish (cheese and cherry) - $3
Cinnamon buns - $2.75
Scones (chocolate chip and cranberry) - $2.75

Acquedolci, 181 Grand St., nr. Mulberry St.; 212-219-8911

Earlier: Muffuletta Madness: Acquedolci Will Serve Hallowed Sandwich

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