When I saw 'Jewish Deli' listed I just had to try it even if it was just for breakfast. I had a knish and eggs with lightly toasted rye. The rye was toasted correctly (something you rarely get) and the knish brought back memories of something I love but can't find where I live, and the eggs cooked perfectly. My b/h had a waffle with strawberries. The whipped creme is served on the side and real so use it fast before it melts down. The waffle was quite good.
They have a 'Free pickle bar' which even though it was breakfast I had to visit. The pickles are crisp and so good as well as a few other selections all tasty.
The toughest part of dining there was what selection to make as there were so many items listed that I enjoyed eating as I grew up in NY and often ate at a Jewish Deli.
I'll keep this on my list of 'must stop at' places if I'm in the area again, and the prices, they will not break the bank.
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