This kind of sandwich perfection only happens when the bread-to-meat-to-cheese-to-toppings ratios are precisely correct, which is what Mangiarlardo & Sons does best.When Grandpa Mangiarlardo opened up his Pennsylvania Avenue shop almost 60 years ago, he didn’t know he was creating a legacy. Today, his grandson Tony oversees the business, while his kids (the great-grandchildren!) work their way through college by serving up the wares that have become synonymous with the Mangiarlardo name—bodacious Italian subs. “We make everything to order here,” said Tony.
Packed onto either a hard or soft roll (both baked up fresh and delivered to the deli each day), are thin-sliced deli cold cuts, juicy meatballs or hot roast beef and more. Sounds simple, right? Surprisingly, it’s not. This kind of sandwich perfection only happens when the ratios are precisely correct, which is what Mangiarlardo & Sons does best. Take the G-Man, for instance, probably the most popular sandwich in the mix. Made with ham, salami, mortadella, pepperoni, provolone, fontina and hot peppers, every bite is the best one. If you don’t believe us, perhaps the food critics at the Washington City Paper can convince you. Even better, let your own taste buds make the decision. We're confident they'll make the right one.
“G” Man Sub, $6.50
Italian Cold Cut Sub, $6.10
Hot Roast Beef & Cheese Sub, $6.50
Meatball & Cheese Sub, $6.50
Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.