D’Amato’s Bakery and Subs has been a family owned business since 1970, specializing in Italian breads, pizza, sandwiches and pastries. They use a coal burning oven that has stood since 1912 in a building across the street. There is no eating inside the place but just around the corner is a heated tent attached to one of their walls with tables and chairs. You order inside and they bring the food out to you in the patio. There were counters with lots of food in the cases but most was uninspiring. We were just there to split an Italian sub sandwich that the ride share driver raved about. The subs come in 10″ or 12″ for a $1 difference. Inside of it was a good balance of meat and cheese but the bread was way too dry and thus tough. It was adorned with a pale tomato and we paid to add extra peppers. They added a kick but not enought. The lettuce was shredded and the meats were ham, salami and mortadella with provolone cheese. It needed herbs or something to spark the flavor. The staff was super friendly but I’m afraid most of the sub went in the trash.