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Mike Isabella Will Reveal G Sandwiches at a Graffiato Pop-Up
Preview suckling subs, Greek salads, and carnival-style “zeppole” this month. By Jessica Voelker
The chicken Parm sandwich at G. Photograph by Greg Powers.
Comments () | Published May 6, 2013
With no opening date announced for the long-awaited Kapnos and G on 14th Street, many of us are getting anxious to sample the goods. Well, an opportunity has presented itself. The Jersey-bred Graffiato restaurateur and Top Chef breakout star will preview G’s menu of sandwiches at his Penn Quarter spot (707 Sixth Street, Northwest) May 13 through 24 from 11:30 to 2. In the same month, Isabella will launch G GrabandGo in Edison, New Jersey, in collaboration with his sister and brother-in-law.

In February, Isabella gave us the scoop on what to expect at G—there will be some familiar favorites from Graffiato, including the popular roasted cauliflower and the Caesar salad with cream-cheese croutons, four sorts of sandwiches, and, at night, a tasting menu featuring seasonal ingredients. The pop-up will showcase limited offerings from the full menu, including a roasted suckling pig sub, a chicken Parmigiano sandwich, and a Greek salad with red wine vinaigrette. You can check out the offerings after the jump.

Sandwiches:

Chicken Parmigiano $10

mozzarella, tomato sauce, Thai basil

 

Roast suckling sub $10

rabe, provolone, cherry pepper


Italian hero $10

Cold cuts, mozzarella, LTO, eggplant


Spicy mushroom panino $10

Taleggio cheese, ramp pesto, cherry pepper relish


Vegetate:

Roasted cauliflower $6

pecorino, mint

Marinated olives $6

citrus, chili, herbs

Peperonata $6

roasted red peppers, capers, smoked paprika


Salads:

Caesar salad $7

cream cheese croutons

 

Greek salad $7

tomato, cucumber, red onion, pepper, feta, red wine vinaigrette


Petite lettuces $7

buttermilk, shaved vegetables

 

Dessert:

Carnival-style zeppole $7


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