Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Chicagoist Stops By Panozzo's

We're fans of Panozzo's (1303 S. Michigan), so were glad to see them get some positive press from the Chicagoist blog:
For those looking for a real old world experience and truly authentic ingredients, there is no substitute for a neighborhood Italian grocer. You have seen them in old mafia films like The Godfather and they are storied in East Coast cities with large Italian-American populations like New York and Philadelphia. The mercato Italiano, with its imported meats, cheeses, pastas and pestos is almost thing of legend. Thanks to Panozzo's Italian Market in the South Loop, this legend is alive and well right here in Chicago.

2 comments:

sweetyellowcorn said...

I love Panozzo's. Convenient place to pick up food for an impromptu picnic. Sandwiches are delicious and huge. I've had: Panino Italiano Tradizional, Coppa, & Veggie sandwich. The eggplant lasagna is good. The sweet & spicy italian sausages are staples in my freezer. Great selection of frozen pastas & deserts too. And the people there are friendly and knowledgeable. Nice change from Jimmy John's & Potbelly's and for sure Subway.

Cherise said...

Worth noting, as well, that the review was written by a South Loop resident.