Their hot meatball sub starts with a ciabatta style roll special made from Larsen's Danish Bakery. It gets sliced in half and smothered with a house made garlic olive oil (made from the same oil they use to roast all their garlic). After a minute of toasting, the bread is ready to get loaded up—starting first with the meatballs, which are made using fresh ground beef from Cascioppo Bros Meat Market, garlic, parsley, molasses, onion powder, bread crumbs and lord knows what else (they toss alot of stuff in there). The meatballs get baked first before being sautéed in Zagi's pizza sauce, which I've been told has a nice little kick, covered in mozzarella, and tossed into the sandwich. On top of that goes your onions and peppers (if you want), grated Parmesan, and fresh basil.
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