Food and Drink the Chicago Tribune Loves

Opened in 1937, J.P. Graziano in the West Loop represents the clearest relic of what West Randolph Street looked like before it radically transformed into Chicago’s trendy restaurant row. To help the company survive the transition of the neighborhood, the shop established the city’s best Italian sandwich operation in 2007. That means that every single … Continued

Five Fantastic Chicagoland Sandwiches

J.P. Graziano’s “Mr. G” sub. Graziano’s started as a grocery store in the 1930’s, and while groceries may be the “bread and butter” of the company, these days their sandwiches are all the rage. The company opened a sub shop inside its store in 2007, and its signature sandwich takes the “Italian sub” concept over … Continued

The 12 Best Deli’s in Chicago

“You know a true deli when you see it (or smell it) and these 12 Chicago sandwich stops pass the eye (and sniff) test” Read the Full List Here

Battle for Chicago’s Best: J.P. Graziano Grocery Co., Inc.

“Brittney Payton checks in at a West Loop sandwich hotspot that’s still keeping it all in the family.” Watch the Full Segment Here

Taste of Home: Top Mom-and-Pop Restaurants

“Here are the spots from coast to coast that will make you feel like you’re home the minute you walk in the door.” View the Full Article Here

Jim Graziano reflects on his 78-year-old business

“Jim Graziano, fourth-generation owner of JP Graziano Grocery Company, joins Justin to talk about his family run business, the multiple challenges they overcame, the changing West Loop food scene, the decision to sell sandwiches and staying true to where he came from.”   View the Full Interview Here