I was really excited about Pane Penelle, a little sandwich shop that opened up about a week ago inside of Stuzzicheria in TriBeCa.
Today's lunch was their Muffuletta, which appears to be salami, some other Italian cold cuts, provolone, and some kind of olive spread on, I don't know, fococcia or something. Served with a side of caponata, it's a very nice little sandwich. This one in particular is a pre-made sandwich that sits in a cute cake stand with a glass cover.
I've tried one of the panelle sandwiches (chickpea fritters), which was really good, but a little bit tiny. It left me a bit hungry. However, supplement it with a sicilian arancini (rice ball) and you're all set. It's good... not my mother-in-law's-arancini good, but pretty good.