Panini Perfection at Amorini Panini in DC

Any sandwich aficionado knows the art of crafting the perfect panini goes much deeper than melting cheese into meat on a press. Amorini Panini aspires to be the best (the Starbucks of sandwiches if you will). The little shop on the corner of 9th and F NW opened its doors in 2010 dedicated to serving the area’s finest panini sandwiches, and each sandwich is carefully crafted with the finest selection of meats and cheeses. Plus, their decadent bread is baked freshly every day.

Amorini Panini

For the vegetarian, the Caprese sandwich is an excellent choice. It comes with mozzarella cheese, tomatoes and basil pesto and you can add extra veggies at no additional cost. Meat lovers should try the F Street Club, made of honey turkey, top round roast beef, hard salami, bacon, Swiss cheese and Amorini sauce. Straddling the fence, check out the Penn Quarter Turkey. It’s a delicious combination of honey turkey, Swiss cheese, green bell peppers, red onions, tomatoes and Amorini sauce.

Lunch and dinner aren’t the only meals served; you can stop by for a delectable breakfast sandwich that will have you prepared for whatever the day might send your way. Amorini also offers daily soup specials and salad options.

If you are on the go, you can check out their mobile concept the ever popular food truck. Track the location via their website map and try one of the specialized menu options today!

If you want to add some pizazz to your next event, look into their catering services where quality meets affordability and the customer is happy every time! If you hurry, you can catch their 15% off promotional special.

With 2 D.C. locations near The Apartments at CityCenter and more on the way, panini perfection lies only a few blocks away.

Image: Amorini Panini on Facebook



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