For more than 100 years, the family behind Trinacria has lined its gourmet grocery shelves with Italian foodstuffs such as domestic and imported cheeses, premium meats, and pastas. Patrons can anchor jaws into Italian-style sandwiches such as muffaletto, meatball, or sausage subs ($5.99+) and paninis that couple roast beef with gorgonzola, rosemary ham with mozzarella, or smoked turkey with artichokes ($6.99). The delicatessen cossets a cavalcade of cured meats and cold cuts in freshly baked bread, pairing genoa salami, imported ham, and house-made italian sausage ( $3.69+ for 1 lb.) with fontina, havarti, goat, and smoked mozzarella cheeses ($4.49+ for 1 lb.). Racks of gourmet groceries feed epicurean appetites and picky pet billy goats with high-quality comestibles such as organic imported polenta, Italian wine, red sauces, and pastries.