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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Bruno's Old Style Hoagies, Lititz PA

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On a recent trip to Amish country in central Pa, we spent the night in Lancaster and of course, searched out the best local casual chow.  After a little research and a recommendation from a local, Bruno's Hoagies was decided upon.  The problem, we soon learned was that they keep very odd hours and close at 2:00 pm.  That's right, they are only open a couple of hours a day.  We then just found another unremarkable spot for dinner.  The following morning I had a meeting in Reading Pa, and found myself on the road just in time to get to Bruno's in Lititz before they closed at 2.

The menu is concise, with a nice selection of hoagies, a few sandwiches and a couple of salads.  The nice lady behind the counter recommended the Sharp Italian which is described as: Aged Sharp Provolone, Prosciutto, Capicola, and Genoa salami with lettuce, tomato, onion, oil and spices on your choice of a hard or soft roll.

The prosciutto was sliced paper thin and all of the ingredients were fresh and tasty.  The bread is sent in daily from Philadelphia (which is known for great hoagie rolls) and the oil and spice mix was a tasty topping.

The town of Lititz is really a nice day trip from any part of Pa, and is full of shops, restaurants, and is in the heart of Amish country.  Bruno's has four location, but the one we visited is located at 11 Kleine St, in Lititz Pa.