Becoming Part of a Polaroid Timeline in Boca Raton, Florida
Talia’s has personality. A loud, garlicky, Godfather-worshipping, “When-ah ya food is ready, we ringa da bell” type of character. You see it in sandwiches the size of your head, crafted with imported mozzarella, homemade olive oil, and grilled artisan bread, in the foamy $1 pour-your-own draft beer (toss your crumpled single into a freestanding basket), and in the owner leaning on your table to invite you to his Italian block party in two months (“Just bring your date, and a bulletproof vest.") A thousand people - groups bursting out in laughter, girls in bikinis, men holding babies—smile at you from the faded Polaroid snapshots covering the walls. The instant you bite into your sandwich, you're immortalized by a camera's flash.