The Italian Store

The Italian Store gets packed around noon. Get yourself a number and wait patiently with others who worship at the altar of salami.

3123 Lee Hwy
Lyon Village Center
Arlington, VA 22201

Nearest subway:
Clarendon (orange line) at Wilson Blvd & N Highland St (0.58 miles away)
Phone: 703-528-6266
Toll Free: 7035248361
Fax: 703-524-8361
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Chosen by lots of folks as the best place in the DC area for subs. Cindy O, Stephanie Sedgwick, Jim S (likes the Muffeletta, too), Ellen S (go for the Milano), Steve S all weighed in on the Italian store.

4 responses to “The Italian Store

  1. Considered an Arlington treasure, The Italian Store makes the best darn Italian “Philadelphia-style” subs in the region. Whether you order one of the signature subs or build your own, you’ll leave with a sandwich overflowing with fresh and authentic ingredients. Sandwiches typically come with several meats and cheeses, sweet and/or hot peppers, lettuce, onions, oregano and The Italian Store’s own special oil and vinegar dressing. If you are more in the mood for pizza, single slices and whole pies are for sale.

    An extremely popular lunch and dinner spot, there is often standing room only. Be sure to grab a number as soon as you walk in, but don’t worry about a long wait. The sandwich makers are pros at keeping the orders flowing and the line moving. The store is primarily a takeout sandwich shop, but it also boasts a large volume of Italian specialty grocery items and imported Italian wine. For the true Italian delicatessen connoisseur, The Italian Store also does catering and Redskins game-day box lunches.
    Cityguide.aol.com

  2. Torronificio Marotto
    Via Roma 6- 08039 Tonara (Nu)- Sardegna- Italy
    Email: torronificiomarotto@tiscali.it
    Telefono/Fax: 078463824

    We are a small factory placed in Tonara (NU) Sardinia -Italy- that make the original nougat (torrone) from Sardinia.
    Torronificio Marotto is the living heritage of three generations of the Peddes family who take great pride in the production of a quality candy.
    Torrone is a popular traditional Italian candy, which boasts a long and glorious history. The roots of its history are based in ancient Rome. A sweet made from honey, almonds, walnuts, hazelnut and eggs was reserved for special functions. Other cultures are known to have a similar version but the nougat of Sardinia Island is the best in the world.
    The kind of nougat that we make is unique: little has changed over the years. Following a time-honoured tradition, the product is still hand-made and contains only the freshest ingredients.
    Using a unique cooking process, no artificial flavouring, colouring or preservatives are used. The craftsman’s touch is still required when preparing each individual batch, as cooking times can vary according to ingredients and weather conditions, ranging from six to seven hours. Our patience is a guarantee of tradition and refinement.
    Our emphasis on traditional production methods aimed at quality, prevent us from producing industrial-scale quantities. The use of varied and elegant confections has allowed us be present in a variety of specialty and retail stores.
    We are writing you because we would like to propose our product.
    Please contact us by email so we will ship you the sample with the depliant.
    Sincerely
    Dr. Angelo Peddes
    Torronificio Marotto.

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