West Collingswood Heights
310 Blackhorse Pike
Open: Breakfast, lunch and dinner, Mon-Sat; lunch, Sun
Style: A little red-and-white roadside building surrounded by parking spaces, Di’Nics specializes in Italian-style roast pork or roast beef sandwiches with melted cheese.
The Scoop: The Criniti family opened Di’Nics in 1999 to endow South Jersey with some South Philly cheesesteak cred. (They have no connection with Philadelphia’s Tommy DiNic’s.)
The Menu: The definitive sandwich here just may be the roast pork with extra sharp provolone and garlicky broccoli rabe (pictured). The cheesesteak is a different animal, made with strips of griddled ribeye and best with provolone or American cheese. Italian cold sandwiches (hoagies, in the prevailing Philly terminology) can be loaded with Italian long hot or sweet peppers. Breakfast sandwiches (with scrapple an option) are served all day.
Heads Up: There’s a $10 credit card minimum. Free soda refills are no longer offered. Sandwiches are juicy, so if you’re taking out, grab plenty of napkins.Click here to leave a comment
What's a Quick Bite? Short takes on casual, affordable dining.
- Cuisine Type:Italian
- Price Range:Inexpensive
- Ambience:A little red-and-white roadside building surrounded by parking spaces, Di’Nics specializes in Italian-style roast pork or roast beef sandwiches with melted cheese.