We’ll look for an excuse to eat here again any time we come through St. Louis. Very tasty. Slightly expensive for size of sandwich, but uniqueness is worth it. Recommend it. Limited seating so you may need to take out if the weather is cold.
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Although the lines may be long during lunch hours, the staff works very hard to make your wait not long at all. Fresh ingredients, friendly staff, something for everyone. A must visit deli when eating lunch on the Hill.
This place won a James Beard award for a reason. Understand it's a sandwich shop only open for lunch, but the Hot Salami is worth the visit. Lines get long, but move pretty fast. Very limited inside seating so if weather is not nice plan...More
Gioia's hot salami is a thing of beauty. After visiting the Missouri History Museum, Science Museum or Zoo, drive a few miles (<4mis) to the Hill and enjoy the traditional neighborhood atmosphere surrounding this deli. Our sandwich was the Spicy Daggett - featuring ingredients including...More
I read about their Hot Salami sandwich and it seemed like a one-of-a-kind type of sandwich. There was a long line out the door so clearly we had found the right place. The sandwich was delicious.
enjoyed to go lunch and canoli on way to Illinois the sandwich was abargain and delicious, on my repeat list in St Louis
We were going to a winery for the day and decided to take sandwiches. These were perfect, hearty and delicious. I loved that we were greeted the minute we walked in the shop, offered to sample the hot salami they are famous for, and everyone...More
Carol and me (The Brits) were invited there by our great St Louis friends last Thursday lunchtime and it was a visit that we shall remember lol!! The staff were so friendly, helpful and patient as we didn't know where to start! A promising indicator...More
Had to wait outside in the upper 90 degrees heat to place an order. Would do it again. We ordered from the secret menu on their website. The Big George was large enough to be shared as was the Hilltopper. The meats were especially delicious...More