Alidoro is a rare gem tucked away in the edge of Soho. Located on Sullivan between Spring and Broome, this small establishment is cash only, no substitutions. You don’t go here for the service, you go here for their no-bullshit, delicious Italian sub sandwiches filled with prosciutto or salami, arugula, along with refreshing pelligrino.

During lunch time, there’s usually a long line that goes out the door. No need to worry about waiting too long though, the place is very small, and the service is fast. The most you’ll wait after ordering a sandwich is probably about 6 minutes.

Naomi and I got the Michaelangelo sandwich. The bread is carved out, then drizzled with baslamic vinegar and olive oil. After this process comes the assembling of the other ingredients, delicious layers of prosciutto, arugula, a generous amount of provolone cheese, and a dash of hot peppers. We also recommend the Matthew which is a slight variation of the Michaelangelo. The Matthew consists of prosciutto, mozzerella cheese and arugula.

105 Sullivan St, New York, NY 10012
Phone:(212) 334-5179

*There is also a location in midtown: 18 East 39th Street New York
P.S. Pictured bracelet is from Scocha