Toast Paninoteca | Durham County | Italian | Restaurants
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Locally sourced produce paired with imported meats and cheeses are the highlight of this authentic Italian sandwich shop. Toast serves panini (hot grilled sandwiches on rustic Italian bread, made down the street at Rue Cler); tramezzini (cold sandwiches on crustless white bread); bruschetta (hearty grilled bread with toppings); crostini (small toasted bread, topped, enjoyed in two or three bites). Homemade soups and green salad also offered.
Best of the Triangle
2012, 2010 Best Sandwich
2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 Best Business Lunch
2012, 2011 Best Vegetarian Friendly in Durham County
2012, 2011, 2010 Best Soup

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