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"NY See you Later Best of Italian Subs" honor goes to Big Mike of Pistilli’s Bistro & Pizzeria

Best of Italian Subs

Big Mike and Cindy hang on to the Subway Handle and their masterpiece

Big Mike and Cindy hang on to the Subway Handle and their masterpiece

Having just witnessed the historic Space X Falcon Heavy Rocket launch at Kennedy Space Center from the shores of Titusville, we decided to avoid traffic and try a local restaurant. Pistilli’s Bistro & Pizzeria (304 S. Washington Ave, Titusville, FL 32796) was only two blocks from our car, was casual enough for our beach attire and the staff was very friendly. Though they were busy, they were attentive.

"NY See you Later Best of Italian Subs" honor goes to Big Mike of Pistilli’s Bistro & Pizzeria

The table tent stated that everything is made to order, and that they are not a fast food restaurant. It stated that pizza, strombolis and calzones require additional time, so hunger dictated that we opt for Big Mike’s Italian Sub, served hot, and a gyro sandwich with a greek salad. The sub is about 14 inches and overflows with exceptional meat and toppings, delivered by Big Mike himself. The bread is soft and hot on the inside, and crusty on the outside, like it was cooked in a pizza oven. It was so good, that we had to place a takeout order, for a second sub to take home so that family would not be deprived. We then rationed it out over the next two days.

It is with great conviction that we award the NY See you Later Best of Italian Subs honor to Big Mike of Pistilli’s Bistro & Pizzeria for creating an unforgettable and delectable sub. We will definitely “see you later!”

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