Among encased-meat products, handmade sausage is the most delightful, followed closely by a saddlebag filled with jerky and a can of Spam crammed inside a larger can of Spam. Pack protein into your meals with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of Italian deli fare at Aiello's Salumeria.
Aiello's Salumeria hosts an Italian-inspired menu of pastas, salads, and sandwiches for dine-in, carryout, and delivery. Instead of vandalizing bakery walls with mustard and relish, promising sandwich artists can practice their craft by building their own out of homemade sausages, house roasted ham, roast beef, and turkey, and Italian imported meats and cheeses. Or bite into meat towers such as Aiello's house salumeria ($8), which stacks prosciutto, souprisatta, roasted peppers, and provolone. For dinner entrees, the grilled shrimp or salmon salad comes with a medley of artichokes, olives, goat cheese, and roasted red peppers ($11), and fettuccine with grilled chicken soaks in pink vodka sauce ($12). After conquering Joe's famous meatballs ($12), which roll like boulders down mountains of spaghetti, and washing it all down with beverages from a selection of beers and Italian wines, culinary adventurers can reward themselves by noshing on a dessert such as tiramisu or welding a trophy out of discarded silverware.
Canned goods and dry pastas line the shelves at Aiello's, and fresh decadent desserts and marinara-covered dishes wait patiently behind a pane of glass. Inside, rustic tones surround the deli cases and several tables, and the outdoor patio prevents staring contests with the sun by positioning patrons under umbrellas at plush chairs.