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Frankie and Wally’s


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The first time we ordered Frankie & Wally’s, then still operating from a ghost kitchen in Allapattah, we were blindsided. Could a sandwich—one that had been delivered, no less—really be this exceptional? Everything about it had been carefully considered and thoughtfully engineered. The meat was sliced so thin it was practically translucent. Strategic cheese placement ensured the bread was not made even the slightest bit soggy by the olive oil and red wine vinegar. Lettuce was shredded so fine you could floss with it. Frankie & Wally’s treats its sandwiches like NASA treats rockets, and although the Il Padrino—with its layers of ham, salami, and mortadella—is our favorite, we’ve found this to be true of every sandwich we’ve tried so far. The best part? Frankie & Wally’s is in the process of opening up a shop in Coral Gables. In the meantime, find them inside a food truck parked outside Superblue in Allapattah.

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