Not only can sandwiches be used to hide keys, they're also an attractive way to stow away deli meats and cheeses. Today's Groupon explores the possibilities within twin bread slices with $12 worth of fresh, handmade sandwiches and more for $6 at Sorella's in Liberty. Succulent Boar's Head cold cuts team up with house-made soups and pastas to feed the hungry bellies of human people.
Sorella's is well versed in the potent history of sandwichcraft, from the triple-decker Reubens of the Renaissance to the portobello paninis that ushered in the Enlightenment. The neighborhood deli adds its own contributions to lunch lore with hot muffaletta sandwiches that pile on Black Forest ham, salami, mortadella, and melted provolone beneath a rich green-olive spread ($6.75 for a whole, $4.25 for half) and veggie creations inspired by roasted red peppers, seasonal produce, black-olive spread, and havarti cheese drizzled in a house balsamic vinaigrette ($6.75 for whole, $4.25 for half). Sandwich artists are also encouraged to build their own fare from a wide selection of fresh meats like mesquite turkey, corned beef, and prosciutto with the accompaniment of any of eight cheeses and a host of dressings ($6.75 for whole, $4.25 for half).
For those who already began the day with breakfast sandwiches after a restless night of sandwich sleep-eating, steamy plates of spaghetti and meatballs are dressed in Sorella's signature sauce and coupled with a house salad and Italian bread ($7.95). Successful deli dining deserves a reward of homemade cannoli with honey-sweetened ricotta cheese, dipped in your choice of walnuts or chocolate ($2.79).
Sorella's is only open for lunch Mondays through Saturdays with extended hours on Thursdays and Fridays.
Seventy-nine percent of Urbanspooners recommend Sorella's:
- Sorella's offers simple sandwiches made with top shelf ingredients. That being said, don't expect to be wowed by the menu as much as the fresh flavors. – The Food Carpenter
- The Reuben is the best in town. Can't beat it! The meatballs are addictive. – Lydia Arnold
- The soups are great and always a winner when you want a lighter bite. If you do have room, try any of thier [sic] desserts. You won't be disappointed. – Travelling Diner
As young girls, sisters Suzanne and Stephanie dreamed of opening their own deli. As adults, they joined forces to open Sorella’s—Italian for _sister_—where they create a spread of sandwiches with Boar’s Head meats and cheeses and a hefty smattering of vegetables. The shop’s meatball sub is made from scratch with 100% ground beef, and the muffaletta encompasses black forest ham, salami, melted provolone, and Sorella’s own green-olive spread.
A choice of 12 meats, 8 cheeses, and 14 dressings and veggies provides diners with a multitude of options to stuff inside bread or a foam hand. Sorella’s also supplies sandwiches to parties and corporate events, as well as offering housemade desserts.