Half Italian Grocer

Restaurants , Delis Logan Square
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Half Italian Grocer

This small Italian grocery store has just about everything you need to cook a great pasta dinner, but it's hard to resist the made-to-order sandwiches offered at the deli counter. The best of the bunch is the All Italian, which features a generous portion of freshly sliced salami, mortadella and Krakus ham topped with a tangy, house-made dressing.

Venue name: Half Italian Grocer
Contact:
Address: 2643 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago
60647
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 8am–7pm, Sat 9am–7pm, Sun 10am–4pm
Transport: El stop: Blue to Logan Square. Bus: 56, 76.
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Grace P

The deli here is incredible! The sandwiches are super simple with really fresh ingredients (amazing meat and cheese). The service is a little slow and it can often take a minute to find someone to help you. Maybe not the best place to go in a rush, but grab the capicola sandwich if you have a chance!

Nick Kotecki

Half Italian has all the perfect supplies for a summer picnic. Cheese, crackers, San Pellegrino, a stocked deli case, and fresh sandwiches ready and waiting for a relaxing day in the park on the square or a bit further down in Palmer Square.