While the Graziano family’s deli and grocery may feel incongruous with its flashy West Loop surroundings, the shop, which has been in operation since 1937, has held its own as a lunchtime destination. That’s thanks in part to its signature offering, an intricately layered sub named after the owner’s father. Provolone, soppressata, prosciutto, and Genoa salami come topped with artichokes, basil, vinegary lettuce, and housemade truffle mustard vinaigrette. Despite that wallop of condiments, the Italian bread enclosing it all maintains its crispness. $12; 901 W. Randolph St., West Loop