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Voltaco's

Whether you just need a few Italian hoagies to throw into your 17-year-old beach bag or are trying to feed your entire extended family - all of whom have entirely different preferences - Voltaco’s is the way to go. The tiny, take-out-only Italian place has been around since 1954, and neither the menu nor the space has really changed in its over 65 years on the planet. They have everything from perfectly crispy veal parmesan to pasta fagioli soup that you’ll be dreaming about six months later when you’re in full winter hibernation. They don’t do delivery or internet orders, so you’ll have to place your order the traditional way: by talking on the phone to a real person and showing up 20 minutes later to pick it all up.

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