A traditional Jewish deli without any of the unnecessary schmaltz, this Hallandale bagel shop has been a neighborhood institution since the 1970s. Hand-cut lox, homemade matzo ball soup, and fist-sized piles of shaved brisket, pastrami, and corned beef piled high in overstuffed sandwiches would make any bubbe proud, while a special section of the menu comes with a stamp of approval from the local rabbi.
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Friday, March 23, 2012 at 12:45 p.m. by Laine Doss
The third-annual Forest Trace Golden Matzah Bowl was held March 22. More than 100 people turned out at the upscale resort retirement community to watch both local restaurants and individuals compete for the coveted golden matzah bow...
When a restaurant makes it to 32 years old, it has to be something more than a stroke of luck and a good location. It's the food, damn it -- or, in this case, the bagels. Indeed, after three decades, Sage Bagel & Appetizer Sh...
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