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You have to love an Italian meat shop with posters of saints on the walls and a friendly neighborhood crowd and chatty counter staff, where a bag of chips with your sandwich costs 30 cents. It's the sausage sandwich at Carbone's Italian Sausage Market that's worth an order, as they make the starring meat in house, flattened into a juicy slab with red pepper flakes and fennel. In the sandwich, it's topped with sweet, herby tomato sauce and melted mozzarella; a crusty roll soaks up the sausage and tomato juices without dissolving under them. Totally old-school, and totally delicious.
Carbone's Italian Sausage Market
1221 West 38th Avenue, Denver CO 80211 (map) 303-455-2893