Then I remembered a place from my past: Newton Pizza House. An ex-girlfriend introduced me to it oh-so-many years ago. I recall that there was a sandwich shop (in Winchester, perhaps?) that made great pizza, whereas this pizza place makes great subs. To remind myself, I tried a slice while waiting for my Italian sub. Yes, the slice was so-so. But the Italian sub is superb! Warm bread, nice slices of salami and such, and the works – including a nice pepper spread. We’re lucky to have Salumi in Seattle, but I sure miss Italian subs from the Boston area!
October 2, 2008 | 0 Comments
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