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Best Deli in Palm Beach

Ben's Kosher Deli of Boca

Ben's has seven locations, and six of them are in an area bounded by Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. The seventh has trailed a flock of hungry, kvetching snowbirds down to Boca Raton and set up a palace big enough to hold anybody who happens to be looking for whole rotisserie-roasted...
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3G's Gourmet Deli

Lots of South Florida delis tout themselves as "New York-style," but then they lack the basics: overstuffed sandwiches, a three-hour early-bird special (in this case, 3 to 6 p.m.), and the stocking of the delicacy meat called, quite simply, "cow tongue," which the uninitiated cringe at and the connoisseurs relish...
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Ten Best Delis in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

11 months ago by Sara Ventiera
Stemming from the Latin word delicatus, meaning "pleasing," delicatessen means different things in different places. In Europe, delicatessen indicates high-quality foods with high price points -- they're frequently found in luxury department stores, like Harrods. Australia follows that interpretation. But, here in the U.S., when we say deli, we're talking...
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BEST OF BROWARD/PALM BEACH® 2006

He’s there when people frolic in the waves on Fort Lauderdale Beach. He’s partying in the clubs on Hollywood Boulevard. He’s watching when shoppers buy clothes or shoes or furniture in out-of-the-way stores. He’s checking out CityPlace and Sawgrass Mills and the Galleria. He keeps a sharp eye on all...
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You are not a number; you are a human being. Now try telling that to the hostess at one of the big chain delicatessens that are to Palm Beach County what automobile factories once were to Detroit. It's true that the assembly-line pastrami sandwiches at these places are usually flawless, but you can get the same perfect specimen at Poppie's without having to wait for the three-digit number on your little white ticket to be called. During season, there are lines to get into Poppie's too, but once seated, you'll be treated in the most civilized fashion: a basket of bread and a bowl of pickles at dinner and a seasoned waitress asking, "What can I get you, bubbaleh?" Well, lessee, try some chicken soup, a knish, a side of creamed herring -- or gefilte fish? A corned beef platter with creamy potato salad -- maybe a side of chopped liver instead of the herring? A Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray, one of those shiny black & whites from the pastry department, halvah, cup of coffee with no cream or sugar (you have to watch your weight), and a loaf of Poppie's delicious seeded rye to go. Save the smoked fish and bagels for another day.
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