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Vinaigrette Sub Shop Brings Classic Italian Subs to Downtown Miami

From the team behind Blue Collar and Mignonette

Chef and restaurateur Danny Serfer and business partner Ryan Roman — the masterminds behind Blue Collar and Mignonette — are at it again, debuting their latest restaurant creation: Vinaigrette Sub Shop (159 East Flagler Street) a sub shop serving up classic and Italian sandwiches in Downtown Miami.

The all-day menu is broken out into four sections: classics, vegetarian/vegan, Italian specialities, and salads. For the classics, think simple protein options like roast beef, turkey, ham, and tuna salad, topped with all the traditional sub options like cheese and veggies. Fancier toppings like mozzarella, heirloom tomatoes, piquillo peppers, truffled pecorino, or pimiento cheese are also available, and each sub is topped with its namesake vinaigrette — a blend of oil, vinegar, Calabrian chiles, Pecorino Romano cheese, herbs and spices that took Serfer months to “perfect.”

Italian specialties offer subs like the Italian combo with French ham, salami, pepperoni, provolone, tomato, lettuce, spicy calabrian chile mayo, and vinaigrette, or the Calabrian Salami and Scarmoza Cheese sub with pickled peppers, lettuce, mayo and vinaigrette. There’s a large amount of vegetarian and vegan subs like the Veggie AF made with Italian artichokes, piquillo peppers, pickled carrots and vinaigrette and the Chickpea topped with cumin, paprika, red onion, dijon mustard and vinaigrette.

And for those counting carbs — it is Miami after all — salads are available like the Bibb Lettuce with spinach, provolone, radish and vinaigrette; and the traditional antipasto with iceberg lettuce, roasted peppers, tomatoes, Genoa salami, provolone, olives and vinaigrette.

Vinaigrette Sub Shop officially opens on Wednesday, June 26. The restaurant will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Delivery will be available starting July 3. Orders can be placed online or by calling 786-558-5989.

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