Touch of Italy is an Italian oasis stocked with cured meats hanging from the ceiling, cheeses stacked like mountains and a river of olives running through it.
Why did it take so long to get a gourmet salumeria in Delaware’s most foodie-friendly town? Nevertheless, A Touch of Italy is a welcome addition to Rehoboth Beach, stocking lots of cured meats, cheeses and provisions. Get your Stravecchio Parmesan, Auricchio provolone or Vantia-brand prosciutto here. All hang conveniently from the ceiling. The Bascio family—led by Louie and brother Frankie—smoke mozzarella in-house and file it alongside the largest selection of imported Italian cheeses in the state.
It really is more than just a touch at A Touch of Italy when you consider the authentic New York-style heroes made from ingredients such as famous prosciutto from Parma and San Danielli, shaved provolone, hot capicola, sun-dried peppers, homemade mozzarella and hard rolls from Arthur Avenue Italian Deli in the Bronx. All 15 sandwiches on the menu board are made to order.
101 Second St., Lewes, 827-2730