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Dee’s Deli

1296 Cranston St.

This deli offers a great selection of sandwiches. Try one of the customer’s favorites like the Andy Boy Rabe Sandwich with sautéed broccoli rabe with sharp provolone or the homemade chicken sausage.

They’re also known for their Italian Grinder with salami, capicola, pepperoni, provolone and American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, banana peppers, oregano, and oil and vinegar.

Michelangelo’s Deli & Catering

995 Pontiac Ave. # B

If you want a grinder (…or “grindah” as they’re known around here!), this is the place! Favorites include the homemade meatball grinder, steak and cheese, veal parmesan, breaded eggplant with parmesan, and Italian broccoli rabe with provolone.

East Greenwich

Natale’s Italian Marketplace & Deli

2708 S. County Trail

The Maddie Mac Sandwich is the most popular for good reason. It offers a 1/2 lb. burger, thin pickles, cheddar, minced onion, lettuce, and mac sauce.

If you’re looking for something from the sea, try their lobster roll. They serve fresh local lobster on a warm or cold roll.

Hope Valley

Ma & Pa’s Country Store

1044 Main Street

Create a custom grinder or wrap at Ma & Pa’s Country Store. They offer an almost limitless selection of toppings and condiments and a huge array of deli meats and cheeses. Go crazy and enjoy!


Pickles – A Deli

936 Aquidneck Avenue

They’ve been dishing out sandwiches here for over 17 years so you know they’re doing something right. Fresh, high quality sandwiches include a chicken pesto Panini and the stacked roast beef.


Scratch Kitchen & Catering

88 Broadway

Scratch offers traditional sandwiches such as a gooey grilled cheese, but you can also explore new specialty sandwiches. Offerings include duck confit, cabernet-braised short ribs, and Los Cubanos Locos, just to name a few.

East Providence

Fork’n Sammich

1055 S Broadway

Favorites include traditional sandwiches such as the Reuben and the Cubano, but you’ll also find some unusual offerings such as the spicy Buffalo Soldier. It’s packed with buffalo chicken, provolone, banana peppers, and more. They also have a barbequed shredded pork sandwich on bread baked daily in-house.


Hudson Street Deli

68 Hudson Street

This deli offers hot and cold sandwiches and they have vegetarian and gluten-free options. Favorites include the Havana with ham, Porchetta, and Swiss on Italian bread and the Armory with roast beef, hot sauce, banana peppers, and provolone.

The Sandwich Hut

1253 N. Main St.

The Sandwich Hut offers four special Italian sandwiches and other tasty treats. The Italian options are garnished with pepperoncini, hot relish, oregano, olive oil, and more. The Allitalia has prosciutto, capicola, pepperoni and provolone while the homemade meatball parmesan has red sauce and provolone on an oven-toasted roll.


Island Deli Sandwich Shop

231 Old Tower Hill Rd

This Wakefield deli offers signature sandwiches you won’t find elsewhere. Try the Wicked Willow with chicken salad, Muenster cheese, bacon, and tomato in a grilled white wrap.

The St Somewhere features a succulent breaded chicken cutlet, bacon, avocado, and all the fixings in a clubhouse style sandwich. The Hog Island includes salami, mortadella, capicola, and provolone on a roll.


Mousie’s Deli

1619 Warwick Ave

You’ll find a great variety of sandwiches here and they all have wacky names. The Wild Bill has capicola, genoa salami, pepperoni, hot peppers, and provolone. If you like beef, try the Movies and More. It’s stacked with tasty hot roast beef, corned beef, onions, and Swiss. Don’t forget their famous Reuben!


Misquamicut Sandwich Company

57 Shore Rd.

You’ll find pressed and grilled hot sandwiches, specialty sandwiches and wraps, gourmet grilled cheeses, and great vegetarian options at this trending sandwich option.

Check out the Pesto Portobello, Brie, and bacon grilled cheese, or the Muffuletta with layers of Genoa salami, capicola, ham, and provolone. It’s topped with a finely diced mixture of pickled veggies and olives and sits on a sesame seed roll.

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