The sandwiches are incredible feats of cheeses and meats!
We serve our sandwiches Monday through Friday until 4:30 PM, and on Saturdays until 4:00 PM.
So make sure that you call in your order ahead of time! They’re so good, sometimes we run out of bread.
|I’m Hungry, the 8″ sandwich. You know, for the kids.||$9.99|
|I’m Starving, the 12″ sandwich (don’t call it the foot long).||$13.99|
|The Italian Way. 24″ sandwich. 2 FEET! The whole baguette!!||$25.99|
The Sandwich Menu
Lonardo’s Famous Italian Sausage
Italian sausage in Carmine’s famous homemade sauce.
Piedmontese Italian beef with hot Giardiniera peppers.
Homemade roast beef, thinly sliced in a flavorful au jus.
Dominic’s Old School Combo
Capocollo, salami, pepperoni, mortadella, and provolone cheese.
New York Style Pastrami
Thumann’s pastrami, sliced thin and piled a Mile High!
Thumann’s rare roast beef sliced thin and piled high.
Smoke ham sliced thin and piled high.
Louise’s homestyle egg salad.
Maria’s seafood salad.
Breaded chicken breast with mozzarella and Parmesan cheese.
(Only available in the “I’m Hungry”. ONLY AVAILABLE ON TUESDAYS)
Mama Lonardo’s Meatball
Juicy Meatballs in Carmine’s famous homemade sauce.
The Godfather II
Italian sausage topped with Piedmontese Italian beef with hot Giardiniera peppers.
Carmine’s Italian Combo
Capocollo, salami, pepperoni, ham, and provolone cheese.
Capocollo, salami, mortadella, mozzarella and provolone cheeses, and olive tapenade.
Thumann’s corned beef, sliced thin and piled high. Topped with sauerkraut and thousand island dressing.
Thumann’s turkey sliced and piled high.
Turkey, ham and roast beef.
Albacore Tuna Salad
Carmine’s homestyle Albacore tuna salad.
Prosciutto, Fresh Mozzarella, and Basil
Importa Parma prosciutto sliced thin, with fresh mozzarella and basil pesto sauce.
(Only available in the “I’m Starving” – $19.99)
For his first few decades in America, Italian immigrant Carmine Lonardo worked as a meatpacker in Denver, and while he probably would have preferred the plant didn’t close in the 1970’s, generation of Italian sausage lovers from across the Front Range are pretty happy about it. The house links from Carmine Lonardo’s Specialty Meats and Deli in Lake, which Mr. L. started in making to earn a bit of money all those years ago, is now a staple thoughout the region. The deli, operated by Carmine Jr. and other members of the Lonardo family, does a great cold cut sub, but you’re really here for the straight forward sausage sandwiches, made with provolone and peppers, bathed in marinara.The Best Sandwich in Every State: Legends Only, David Landsel, Food & Wine