Antico Noè

Panini of Florence

Regarded as “The Best Panini Place in New York City.” Antico Noe has its beginnings in Florence, Italy. For over 70 years Antico Noè built a cult-like following out of a tiny storefront in an arcaded alley off the Piazza San Pier Maggiore serving delicious and authentic Italian panini.

Now, thanks to two young entrepreneurs Michael Grant and Vinny Dautaj, Antico Noè has arrived in the U.S. Grant and Dautaj have opened New York’s most authentic panini place by replicating the Florentine legend down to its last breadcrumb and the locally sourced and produced ingredients.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Antico Noè has been featured in The New York Times, ZAGAT New York City, Eater, and USA Today declared it "The Best Panini Place in New York City."

Antico Noè

Panini of Florence

Regarded as “The Best Panini Place in New York City.” Antico Noe has its beginnings in Florence, Italy. For over 70 years Antico Noè built a cult-like following out of a tiny storefront in an arcaded alley off the Piazza San Pier Maggiore serving delicious and authentic Italian panini.

Now, thanks to two young entrepreneurs Michael Grant and Vinny Dautaj, Antico Noè has arrived in the U.S. Grant and Dautaj have opened New York’s most authentic panini place by replicating the Florentine legend down to its last breadcrumb and the locally sourced and produced ingredients.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Antico Noè has been featured in The New York Times, ZAGAT New York City, Eater, and USA Today declared it "The Best Panini Place in New York City."