Antico Noè

Row 1

220 E 53rd St (Between 2nd & 3rd Ave)
New York, NY 10022
(212) 750-0802
Sandwiches, Italian
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–8:00 PM Fri–Sun: 11:00 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The walnut sauce I had on one of the paninis I tried was ridiculous. I didn't even know there was such a thing as walnut sauce.
  • The best sandwich in NYC. #12
  • These are the best paninis in the city. The quality of ingredients is incredible!
  • Legendary Florence panini shop Antico No has opened a new lunch spot in the Big Apple. Well have the marinated eggplant with artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, olive spread and pesto sauce.
  • Delicious, fresh paninis with great ingredients. Like going back to Florence
  • Pretty damn close to the original. Stuffed chicken was amazing.
  • I went to the "press night" and got to try their top 10 sandwiches. All of them were great, literally.
  • Spicy salami with pesto sauce
  • They have really good breakfast paninos now! #26 is great
  • The sandwiches are tasty and made with quality ingredients, but it's hard to ignore that you're paying well over $10 for a fancy panini.
  • A bit pricey but delish! #12 was a great safe bet, with (good) parma prosciutto, truffle oil arugula and mozzarella
  • One of the best panini shops I've ever been to. Everything is homemade and fresh. I haven't tried a panini from there that hasn't tasted fantastic.
  • Incredible paninis! This is the second location to the one in Florence
  • FANTASTIC bread. fresh ingredients. get there early, not much seating at all. get the #2. Extra balsamic is $1.00.
  • #21,#24 my favorite. Classic Italian panini. Delicious!
  • Delicious, authentic sandwiches.
  • Best panini and friendliest staff around. Get the spicy salami with pesto sauce and caprese skewers, you'll never look back.
  • Awesome sandwiches, I love their paninis too!
  • The #9 (roasted turkey, oilnions, brie, and spicy sauce) is really good. Felt like I was back in Florence.
  • #12 pressed is excellent