Located in the City Center food court, Bocata gives new meaning to food-court grub. From the owners of Settebello, Bocata offers artisan sandwiches made with fresh-cooked bread from its brick oven. Everything— not just the bread—is made from scratch at Bocata. The meats are brined, roasted and sliced in-house, and even the sauces and condiments are housemade in the restaurant. Interesting sandwich choices include porchetta, Cuban pork, meatball, roasted tomato, soppressata, “drunken” chicken, Caprese and BLT with egg. Sides like Israeli couscous, roasted beet salad and Tuscan bean soup are unique, as well.

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