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The menu at Paneantico Bakery in Bay Ridge is not a good read for those prone to indecision—there are easily a hundred different sandwiches to choose from. But anything sounding Italian is a good bet, like this Hot Sopressata, Smoked Mozzarella, and Arugula ($11). The sandwich's ample meat and the peppery crunch of the arugula are nicely mellowed by the smoked mozz, softer than many cheeses of this type, with a creamy-sweet tone to balance the smokiness. It's all better with a shake or two of olive oil, which the place seems to know—they leave a oil-vinegar caddy on the table. Frankly, anything would taste great on their sturdy-crusted brick oven hero bread. Bakeries really do make good sandwich shops.
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