Monday, July 04, 2016


Every sandwich shop has something about it that makes it stand out in the crowd. At DiBella's, it's their homemade bread, their hearty sandwiches and their old school sandwich shop ambience. DiBella's started out as a small corner grocery story in Rochester, New York nearly a century ago. Right now, they have 44 sub shops in six states. Eat Up New England checked out one of their newer shops in Newington, Connecticut.

I loved the decor, from their neon signs to their vintage lighting. They also have a huge dining room with plenty of room for families. DiBella's has a huge counter for ordering. You can watch them make your sub right in front of you. All subs come in small, medium and large. The DiBella's Cheesesteak above is a small and it was more than enough for lunch. I enjoyed it with provolone cheese, peppers and onions. Check out that bread! That's their everything bread. It's just like an everything bagel. DiBella's also has sesame, multigrain and plain breads. They make them all in house.

Some of their classic subs include the "Godfather," with genoa salami, capicola and ham. There's the "Uncle Louie" with roast beef, turkey and ham. You can even get a cheese sub with assorted cheeses.  Specialty subs include "The Cowboy," with bacon, BBQ sauce, chicken and cheddar cheese. There's also the "Buffalo Chicken," with grilled chicken smothered in Buffalo sauce, ranch or blue cheese and topped with melted cheese. Add a pickle, pasta or potato salad to any of their sandwiches. They also make chocolate chip cookies in house!

As of today, DiBella's is only in Connecticut. They have other locations in Milford, Hamden and Wallingford.
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