Listen up, Phoenicians. The weather is much cooler and finally there is the option to enjoy a hot, pressed panini with your favorite soup and salad. You will find that these panini spots in town will be your favorite sandwiches all year round. Here are six Panini spots in the Valley not to be missed: The Panini People Multiple Locations Lyndsy Maechtle and Chris LaBarre decided to make the American dream come true by investing in a food truck called The Panini People, which (you guessed it ) – Paninis. All paninis are pressed on fresh sourdough bread and served with spiced french fries. Choose the “Green Machine”, which contains green sliced Roma tomatoes, baby spinach, basil pesto and melted mozzarella cheese, or the “Jive Turkey” with turkey breast, bacon, lettuce, mayonnaise, basil pesto and melted mozzarella cheese. Dip your panini in the chipotle ketchup version of The Panini People. Find out your next stop by checking the timetable on their website. Related Stories I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Phoenix and help keep the future of the New Times clear. Panini Bread & Grill 3510 West Bell Road, # 4, Glendale Combine your favorite panini sandwich with a salad at the Panini Bread & Grill. There are 10 paninis to choose from – some of the choices include Chicken Chipotle, Panini Caprese, Avocado BLT, and more. The paninis cost between $ 5.95 and $ 6.39. Those with no paninis cravings have options like nachos, fruit and cheese platters, and a wide variety of salads. Postino Wine Cafe Multiple LocationsPostino Wine Cafe is known for its bruschetta, but its paninis are also a hit. There are several choices on the menu, from vegetarian to roast turkey. For the more adventurous, try the prosciutto with brie – a medley of Parma ham, brie, fig jam, rocket, balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Add a glass of wine and you have the perfect lunch or dinner. click to enlarge Enjoy people watching while you enjoy your panini at the Postino Wine Cafe. Postino B-side The Lunch Lounge 501 North 44th Avenue The Lunch Lounge offers a variety of sandwiches. Those who like paninis are welcome to bite into an Albuquerque turkey panini – a combination of turkey, paprika, cheese, and bacon grilled on sourdough with sourdough salad, tomato, red onion, avocado, and green chilli mayo. There’s also the Southwest Chipotle Chicken Panini for those craving a spicier sandwich. Switch Restaurant 2603 North Central Avenue In addition to paninis, Switch Restaurant serves other foods such as fried chicken bites, clams, Creole shrimp and grits, and macs and cheese. The panini featured is the jalisco, a combination of grilled chicken, jalapeños, guacamole, chipotle, aioli, tomatoes, corn, jack cheese and onion ciabatta bread. Pomo Pizzeria 366 North Gilbert Road, # 106, Gilbert The classic Italian restaurant Pomo Pizzeria serves pizza, pasta and of course paninis. The menu includes meatballs, capri, nisida and positano paninis. All paninis come with a green side. If you want starters before enjoying your panini, choose from burrata, caprese, or eggplant parmigiana.