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The king of Italian

By Anneliese Doyle
Globe Correspondent / June 23, 2004

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SOMERVILLE -- The first thing you notice at Sessa's Italian Specialties -- even before the storefront display of rustic ciabatta breads and cured olives -- is the fleet of double-parked cars out front on Davis Square's Highland Avenue. Their drivers have run inside to order eggplant Parm sandwiches and paper-thin sliced deli meats. At Sessa's, salamis and waxed cheeses hang ... (Full Article: 742 Words)

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