Easily transportable, sandwiches are the ideal lunchtime meal. You get a variety of food groups in every bite without annoying utensil requirements, prep work, or cleanup. Cucina's massive sandwiches, heaping with mounds of fresh-sliced meats and fresh veggies, are nearly too large to hover mouths around. Try the caprese, stacked high with fresh mozzarella, ripe tomato slices, basil, greens, and a drizzle of balsamic on fluffy foccacia, or opt for the warm meatloaf middle on a kaiser roll. All specialty sandwiches are served whole and are priced at $7.59. Deli sandwiches feature more-traditional brown-bag grub dressed with fancy drizzles such as garlic-artichoke aioli and chipotle mayo (half for $3.59, whole for $6.79). Fork fans will appreciate Cucina's inventive specialty salads ($8.49 each), including Thai beef marinated in Asian ginger sauce atop a bed of greens, creamy cheese tortellini with salmon, veggies, and chèvre dressing, and refreshing shrimp salad with fresh vegetables and greens.