The crisp crust, with nice spots of char on the underside, is loaded down with sauerkraut, chunky summer sausage, and deli-thin ham. The aroma of the kraut is intoxicating. Its bright, vinegary bite is a nice counterpoint to the meats. The only addition I could possibly ask for would be a scattering of caraway seed. It’s not a criticism, just food for thought.
Angelo’s eschews the typical hoagie roll for their Italian grinder in favor of a big, soft, toasted half-loaf of Vienna-style bread. Each bite sports a mouthful of soft bread, a savory blend of ground beef and Italian sausage, vinegary banana peppers, and gooey mozzarella. Easily one of the best grinders in town.
Served with your choice of side, I opted for onion rings. Battered not breaded, crisp with no hint of sogginess, a few overdone.
If eating in, take a gander at the vintage colored vinyl collection upon the walls, especially if you're a Joan Jett fan.