7 Classic Jewish Delis in South FloridaBy Carissa Chesanek
August 21, 2014 By Carissa Chesanek | August 21, 2014
Craving a bagel with lox? How about pastrami on rye? Hit up these 7 topnotch South Florida delis to get your fix.
The downtown staple with minimal decor serves traditional New York-style deli eats including homemade potato pancakes and bagels with salmon, while throwing in a few local classics like a cafe con leche.
Alongside busy Arthur Godfrey Road in Miami Beach, this classic coffee shop/deli is a go-to for breakfast and lunch, serving lox scrambled eggs and corned beef Reubens in a cozy setting.
A Fort Lauderdale tradition, this old-school deli has been rocking classic overstuffed sandwiches for years. Go for pastrami piled high and topped with sauerkraut (pictured).
This casual Aventura eatery is always packed, especially during breakfast when standouts include the short stack griddle cakes and veggie omelets.
This authentic kosher meat market offers quality slabs of beef chuck steak and lamb shoulder chops to go, along with classic dishes like meatloaf and egg salad for dining in.
This Miami Beach hole-in-the-wall serves classic, carb-heavy deli options along with cold-pressed juices for those craving lighter options.
Everything from the matzo brei with onions to the beef brisket sandwich is spot-on at this relaxed Hallandale Beach bagel shop. Impress a crowd with the smoked fish platter.