“Cinghialone” and “Fratacchione” at the MacLir Pub in Torre del Greco dedicate a series of sandwiches to the Governor of Campania Vincenzo De Luca
The owners say. “A goliardic idea commenting on the language used by the governor of Campania to explain the dangers of Covid-19. Then it turned into an initiative to try to help those who are in financial difficulty today, for each sandwich sold we will donate 1 euro to the solidarity shopping counter. “There are four sandwiches that make up the De Lucas’ Buns line. Fratacchione is a 200 gram hamburger with monk’s provolone, grilled vegetables and dried tomatoes. Anti-Assembramento, on the other hand, is a 200-gram hamburger, embellished with shropshire cheese, caramelized onion and salad. The Flamethrower is made up of sausage, green pepper cheese and a mixture of mushrooms and chilli sauce. Finally, Cinghialone is a wild boar burger with white parmigiana and chips. The owners of the Campania pub had the idea of dedicating four sandwiches to the Governor Vincenzo De Luca. It came to mind after the last Dpcm and following the fiery intervention of the President of the Region to the transmission of Fabio Fazio. An original gimmick to present the new menu for Phase 2. After the lockdown, the pub reopened its doors on May 7th for takeaway and home delivery. You just have to try them to find out if these sandwiches are rock enough as the person to whom they are dedicated.