This “Hog Island” Italian sub won over our hearts and our stomachs. The touch of balsamic vinegar elevated the flavors of the generous mix of ham, pepperoni, salami and provolone. The sprinkling of oregano complemented the whole Italian grinder experience, while the bread did a great job of absorbing the flavorful dressing and remaining fluffy inside and crispy outside. Overall, a great grindah.
The freshly cut red onion added a nice splash of flavor to this grinder, which ventured into the welcome world of pepperoncini. The added zing really woke up our palates. This is a quality, classic Italian sub as far us Rhode Islanders are concerned.
This was the only toasted version we tried out of the batch, and the gooey, cheesy goodness did not fail to please. With lots of oil and vinegar dressing and spicy peppers this was by far the spiciest and messiest of the bunch, in all the right ways. We recommend this version for the seasoned grinder connoisseur.2554 South County Trail, East Greenwich. 885-4200
The sharp provolone flavor really stood out in this version. The fresh veggies gave some good crunch and paired well with the spicy cappicola and other classic meats. Not too overly dressed, this sub is sure to please.