Volle Nolle is located next to the famous Giacomos and across from Panza. During they day they are popular for sandwiches like portabello or pastrami, but is also fantastic for a quick drink before dinner and appetizer.
The menu of salads and sandwiches are written on the black chalkboard wall.
Volle Nolle also serves a nice selection of wines by the glass and bottle.
We enjoyed two glasses of merlot in stemless glasses ($9). The wine went perfect with our salumi plate.
The All the Pretty Things Jack D’or was refreshing and hoppy.
The paper thing salami and prosciutto was nicely marbled and perfect with the slices of crusty bread ($26). It came with a small dish of olive oil, vegetable and corn succotash. Our two other favorite places for salumi is Coppa in the South End and Sportello in Fort Point.
We would definitely return for more sandwiches and their salads as a great alternative to the crowded Hanover Street options.