Numerous folks in our group ordered calzones – they were really good! Kelly was kind enough to let me try some of her vegetarian calzone and I was impressed. The crust was buttery and a little salty and the toppings/cheese were plentiful. The sauce was light and tomato-y. I liked it!
You could get the sandwiches with chips or fries so I went for curly fries. They were identical to Arby’s – so much so we thought maybe they went to Arby’s and bought them. They were fine though – nothing special.
I got the Sausage Supreme (Italian Sausage, Cheese, Marinara Sauce, Onions, Green Peppers and Banana Pepper Rings) – I think they were like $6-7 or so. My lunch with drink and fries was around $10.
So this is the Garzelli’s Grinder. It’s not really a grinder like Los Compadres – it’s just a hoagie. The bread is thin and kinda crispy. Really – it was unoffensive. But it wasn’t what I was hoping for. Me no likey.