Ten Best Delis in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
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Serving Jewish soul food since 1985, this Lauderhill restaurant offers all the old reliables. The cases here are filled with all sorts of delicacies: stuffed cabbage, stuffed peppers, liver, nova, and pickled herring. There's something for everyone -- and every appetite. Served on freshly baked rye, the sandwiches are offered in a variety of sizes; small is five ounces, medium is seven ounces, large is ten ounces. The fillings range from corned beef, pastrami, and tongue to turkey, salami, and ham.
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Jewish delis may have seen better days -- they've been shuttering their doors in South Florida and even New York regularly -- but this place is a reminder of what we loved about them in the first place. Brought to you by Gary Zinger, the former owner of Pastrami Queen, which shuttered its doors at the end of 2010, Zinger's serves one of the best deli fare that can be found. Everything is made in-house, from the pastrami, corned beef, and brisket to the award-winning matzo ball soup. It may be a modern version of a relic, but there's a good reason we have fond memories of the past.
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