Salt lakes real estate

Take a big bite! A new sandwich shop has just opened at Ortley Beach

I love it when I see new businesses opening up in Ocean County.

I love it all the more since this sandwich shop is on the island in Ortley / Lavallette. We headed to the island to try Vito.

Vito’s Sandwiches opened, I believe in May, but it’s still a relatively new business. Looking at the menu, they have the simple sandwiches we all love and those specialty sandwiches you can only get at a specialty sandwich shop.

They also do catering for the holidays. Cold and hot sandwiches. The regular sandwiches we all love like tuna salad, ham and cheese, Italian and many more. The signature sandwiches are amazing. My husband had the “Giambotta”. He was in heaven. Giambotta is a signature with a hot dog or sausage with peppers, onions and fried potatoes. It didn’t have the spice, but you can choose.

I had the classic Italian, the provolone, the salami and the ham. It was really good. Their bread is so different from what I have tasted in a while.

On a hot summer day, a good cold sandwich is perfect. Vito’s is located at Rt 35 in Ortley Beach / Lavallette at the corner of 1st Avenue.

On Vito’s Facebook page this week they changed their schedules and like every other business they are trying to find additional help:

New local businesses are at the heart of Ocean County. If you’re heading to Seaside for the day or anywhere on the island, stop by and help out this new local business. If you love sandwiches as much as I do, you’ll love Vito’s. Click here for their menu and their love story that created Vito’s, I love it.

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