Stalzy's Delicatessen an Old-School Delight
This homey neighborhood spot serves up delicious sammies and more
No matter how you slice it, a delicatessen is all about meat and lots of it: piled-high corned beef, pastrami, roast beef and turkey sandwiches. Stalzy’s doesn’t disappoint. Here—as at any good deli—it’s about not showing off but satisfying appetites with
substantial portions of simply delicious food. Meats are home-cured, breads freshly baked and salads homemade. The menu includes all the celebrated favorites like triple-decker sandwiches, Reubens and hot dogs with kraut. Specialties include crispy potato pancakes, bialys smeared with smoked salmon spread and German potato salad. And for $1.50 you can add bacon to anything!
PHOTO: Stalzy’s celebrates classic deli sammies like this corned beef Reuben on rye bread topped with Swiss, house-made sauerkraut and Russian dressing. Finish off your meal with tasty Borscht soup.
2701 Atwood Ave.
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