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Marco's Muffaletto is Worth the Trip
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Marco's Muffaletto is Worth the Trip

Since I obviously talk to a lot of people about food and do the occasional research, I was already aware of the good reputation Marco’s Deli and Fine Dining Italian Restaurant had in Buffalo.  Chef/Owner Marco Sciortino has even been a challenger in a Nickel City Chef challenge during Season 2, so I know he takes his food seriously.  But the Williamsville Deli is located in a relatively plain looking plaza, so I didn’t even notice it until about a month ago.  Over the last two weeks I’ve taken two lunch trips over to Marco’s on Maple Road to grab lunch.  On my last trip I brought along my coworker Kristina who was very impressed with my leftovers from my first lunch.

Walking into Marco’s Deli on Maple can be somewhat intimidating if you don’t know what your going to order.  It’s not on the same level of shock/awe you have when you first see Johnny C’s 48 different sandwiches, but on a given day you’ll find 10+ specials being offered along with their regular Deli menu.  Luckily for both Kristina and I, their Muffaletto sandwich (pictured below) was one of those specials.  This was a sandwich made for 2 people to share.  Instead of a conventional roll this sandwich was made with a large 10″ circular dough panini.  Cut into quarters, the dough was thin but topped with some Italian spices and had a really nice crunch.  It was filled with slices of ham, spicy cappicola and salami, provolone cheese, chili mayo and large pieces of green olives.  It was one of the best sandwiches I’ve had this year.

To hear more about their Muffaletto and their Sausage Sandwich, along with more pictures of the deli.. read the rest of the article on Buffalo Eats!

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