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8.0

Guerra Quality Meats

We come to the longstanding Italian butcher shop and market in the Sunset for hefty sandwiches that run only $10 each. The short menu includes combinations like the Sicilian with hot coppa and salami, or the Roma with roasted turkey and pesto. You can also make your own. Whatever you do, get the sandwich on a Dutch crunch roll—the one used here is buttery, dark golden-brown, and has a soft crackly topping that won’t shred up the roof of your mouth. On your way out, you can browse the shelves stocked with produce, pre-made salads, imported pastas, and snacks like Quadratini wafers.

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