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100 Favorite Dishes

100 Favorite Dishes: Vegetarian Reuben From Sara's

As a countdown to the Best Of Broward Palm Beach 2010, coming in

May, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida.

Send your own nominations to [email protected]

No. 47: Vegetarian Reuben From Sara's

Sara's in Hollywood is a vegetarian Mecca (or is that Jerusalem?), a place that makes

all it's own meat substitutes and even does calzones and pizzas with

vegan cheese. Even for a meat-eater, the stuff tastes good. Its Reuben

sandwich utilizes the classic combo of corned beef, sauerkraut, melty

cheese, and thousand island dressing -- but it's all vegetarian (or

vegan if you prefer). The faux corned beef has a great texture and

flavor, and the sandwich is gooey and satisfying in ways few vegetarian

meals are. It comes on either rye or house made challah that's

out-of-this-world good. The only thing funky about Sara's s the hours:

Closed on Friday nights for temple, open late Saturdays for post

service noshing. Actually, that's not such a bad thing at all.  

Previous 100 Favorite Dishes:

No. 48: Key lime pie from Le Tub

No. 49: Uni Angel Hair Pasta From Hiro's Yakko-San


50: Meatballs From Cafe Martorano

No. 51: Burger from Jack's Old Fashion Hamburger House

No. 52: Lunch specials from Charcuterie Too

No. 53: Bruschetta from Noodles Panini

No. 54: Tulipan's guava and cheese pastries

No. 55: Baingan bartha from Woodlands Vegetarian Indian Cuisine


56: Foie gras from Michelle Bernstein's at the Omphoy


57: Jalea mixta from El Rey de Pescado


58: Chipotle pork "florito" from East Coast Burrito Factory


59: Fish tacos from Tryst


60: French toast from Dune Deck Cafe


Dishes No. 61 through No. 80


Dishes No. 81 through No. 100

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