We had originally decided to Guido's during a day trip walking around historic Daphne. I hadn't considered the time (3:30 pm) but Guido's wasn't open, their "other half" Cousin Vinny's was. It's an open bistro area w/ a bar & a few tables when you first enter. There is a line of tables on the front porch along the street as well. We chose the small dining room in the back. I was impressed by the originality of the sandwiches offered. There was pizza on the menu, but honestly, I didn't really look at it -- I was smitten by the description of the pork tenderloin sandwich. It's enough for 2 people! We didn't request a separate plate, yet the waiter delivered our meal that way and had portioned out our side of roasted potatoes as well. I inquired if they accept orders for 1/2 sandwiches, they don't. So if whomever your dining with doesn't want to split with you, be ready for a to go box.
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