Big taste at Little Roni’s: Forward-thinking food and people-watching highlight lunch experience.
By Craig Sailor
Little Roni’s makes sandwiches. Not Reubens, BLTs or Philly cheese steaks, but versions of familiar food assembled in ways you might never have thought of.
Focusing on craft, freshness and flavor – and most of all creativity – the sandwiches here are unlike anything you can find elsewhere in South Sound. From the fresh, artisan bread to the homemade ingredients, thought and care goes into the creation and execution of every item on the menu.
Little Roni’s occupies a corner spot at Franklin Street and Fourth Avenue in downtown Olympia. The space is long and narrow, like a New York deli. But architect Ruben Nunez has taken what could have been a hole in the wall and made it in to a stylish, modern space that feels spacious. Unique plywood stools converse with particle board paneling that covers walls and table tops.
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