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Antico Noè Panini From Florence Now Sold in New York
The logo and the name of the panini shop Antico Noè, off Piazza San Pier Maggiore in Florence, Italy, came from an old mirror on the wall. It advertised an Italian vermouth, Antico Noè. Michael Grant and Vinny Dautaj, who lived in Florence and became ...
Amazing collection of Panini pictures features EVERY Premier League manager in
Sometimes, it's easy to forget that the Premier League's top managers were once footballers themselves. We'd always thought that was because some of our top coaches - like Arsene Wenger and Jurgen Klopp - never played at a particularly high level.
A panini by any other name tastes just as delicious
Take the panini, Italy's own signature pressed sandwich. Yes, people across Europe and North America have enthusiastically taken to it, coming up with all sorts of variations involving different breads, cheeses and other fillings and seasonings.
Beloved Florence panini shop Antico Noè expands to NYC
There's always that one magical hole-in-the-wall eatery that everyone comes back from their vacation raving about. In the case of Florence's beloved panini shop Antico Noè, the magic is now being shared with all of NYC. The sandwich emporium has been ...
Retail briefs: Panini shop Antico Noe coming to Midtown, ReViVer to open at
Antico Noe, the Florence-based panini shop that has been popular with locals and residents since 1945, is bringing their one-of-a-kind sandwiches to New York City. Winick Realty Group's Jordan Kaplan and Zach Diamond represented the brand as they ...

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