Manganaro’s Grosseria Italiana, the venerable Ninth Avenue sandwich shop, is serving up its last sub today, according to DNAInfo, ending a long-running feud with Manganaro’s Hero Boy next door. The closing was first reported by Vanishing New York. The shops are owned by different branches of the Dell’Orto clan, who have not been on speaking terms for years.
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