The fact that Trevi makes/bakes all thier own bread, make their gravy (tomato) and makes all thier pasta in house, was a worth a stop. They bring you a warm loaf of fresh chewy housemade Italian bread with butter and seasoned olive oil before your meal too.
We went for lunch and in the mood for a sandwich. Standard Italian fare with local Crab/Seafood cuisine was the gist throughout. Nothing excited me on the Sandwich menu except the "Ernesto House Sandwich", made with prosciutto, mozzarella cheese, thick-sliced sharp provolone cheese and salami topped with roasted red pepper, lettuce, tomatoes and spices $8.99. Excellent choice! The roll is grill-toasted and inverted to build the sandwich. Definitely what I would have again. Next time I'll check out their Italian dishes with the Trevi pastas and gravy. My friend ordered the Buffalo Chicken Sandwich (real chicken....not some mystery slivers) and pretty hefty. Either sandwich was enough to share but that didn't happen.
Lunch was not very busy at noon on a Thursday, and the service was adequate, polite but a bit scarce. Overall, a very good experience.
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