This Italian deli is slightly hidden in a small strip center across from the April Sound gated community on 105. Make that U-turn, and your pesto game will never be the same. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., owner Tony Nicoletta has been cooking for over 30 years and has owned 15 restaurants. He believed moving to Texas might afford him the time to relax and open a small eatery. But with a menu spanning authentic deli sandwiches, fresh-baked focaccia, muffalettas, deli salads, soups, cannoli, Italian wedding cookies, groceries, and Banza breads stuffed with homemade sausage, Nicoletta isn't getting the respite he might have hoped for.