Ten Best Delis in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
When it comes to classic Eastern European deli fare, this Delray Beach spot has got you covered. In addition to the insider's only tongue sandwich on rye, the extensive menu offers everything from cheese blintzes to sweet-and-sour-stuffed cabbage to, of course, overstuffed house made brisket sandwiches. And nothing goes with a brisket like a cup of chilled borscht (beet soup). Next to the refrigerated cabinet with the corned beefs and pastramis is a second holding no shortage of powdered-sugar sprinkled treats. There's a reason this place has been operating with lines around the corner since 1986 -- because it's serious.
Set in the quickly gentrifying town of Boynton Beach -- a.k.a. South Palm Beach -- this little deli and convenience store has been slapping together sandwiches for more than 20 years. Located right off A1A, next to Nomad Surf Shop, it offers a huge selection of sandwiches (38 to be exact), a wide selection of sides (including pasta salad with a creamy balsamic dressing that is out of this world), more than 150 beers, and multiple cases of sodas. No, it's not your typical deli. It's not Eastern European; and it's certainly not kosher. But it makes some of the best sides and sandwiches in town.
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