Their Italian Combo grinders are still phenomenal; there is a ton of fresh sliced deli meat and cheese on fresh delicious Italian bread. It’s made with Genoa Salami, Prosciuttini, and Cappicola and with the works includes romaine lettuce, fresh sliced tomatoes and a mix of vegetables which are diced bell pepper, cucumbers, onions and black olives in a light oil-vinegar marinade. The roll is perfect, not too dense on the inside, They will ask you if you want mayo with it, it’s a Connecticut thing that works. The grinder is simply delicious. Make no mistakes about this, these things are huge and if there are two of you stopping by you can split one, if you are solo then order the half grinder or be prepared to have leftovers. The deli display is quite impressive with some really nice pasta salads as well.
Nardelli’s has been voted the Best Grinder in the state for a bunch of years by CT Magazine. I don’t know if that’s true or not but I know the Italian Combo grinders are still real good and worth the stop. With all that said: there is one more thing I'm sure of...In Western Mass and Ct we don't call them hoagies, heroes, or subs...it's a grinder.