Highlandtown: Di Pasquale’s

Di Pasquale’s is an authentic Italian Deli just north of Canton. I had heard great things and they were featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. For lunch a friend and I could’t what we were in the mood for, I wanted a sandwich and she wanted something Italian. I had remembered hearing about Di Pasquale’s and what we were craving was exactly what they serve so we headed over.

Di Pasquale's

Di Pasquale’s

When we walked in, we were met with a deli counter packed with fresh looking Italian delicacies such as meatballs, salads, fresh mozzarella, pastas and more. After looking over the menu, my friend decided to order the Baked Ziti. This picture does it no justice, the portion is colossal and came with layer after layer of fresh made ziti and tons of cheesy goodness. This was hands down, probably the best baked ziti either of us have ever had.

Baked Ziti

Baked Ziti

I decided to order one of their Italian sandwiches and went with the Rustico. The sandwich was dry cured Filet Mignon, Marinated Eggplant & Roasted Sweet Peppers, Baby Greens with Balsamic Vinegar on Ciabatta Bread. This sandwich was packed with flavor and also massive. The bread was clearly baked freshly in house and it was maybe one of the best sandwiches I’ve had to date, and I like sandwiches.

The Rustico

The Rustico

My friend and I also shared an order of the Italian Fries. They were simply sprinkled with sea salt and black pepper but a great addition to our meal, not too greasy, perfectly crispy and different from a standard french fry.

Italian Fries

Italian Fries

If you’re looking for an authentic Italian DeliDi Pasquale’s just north of Canton should satisfy your cravings.

Di Pasquale’s is on OrderUP, use my referral code for $5 off your first order.

Di Pasquale’s is located at 3700 Gough St, in Canton-Highlandtown.

Know of any other Italian Delis or restaurants North of Canton or the surrounding areas I need to try? Let me know in the comments below!

Some other cafe’s I enjoy nearby to grab a sandwich are The Corner Pantry, Milk & Honey, and Cunningham’s Cafe.

A fellow blogger also loved Di Pasquale’s, check out her review here!

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