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With a massive menu that includes breakfast all day, this Jewish deli is a good place to feed people who believe the entire food pyramid is just bread and eggs. There’s everything from bagels and matzo ball soup to challah french toast and deli sandwiches, like their massive po’boy with corned beef, pastrami, salami, turkey, swiss cheese, and kosher pickles. Sit at one of their booths, place your order, and don’t forget the most important lesson that a can of Dr. Browns black cherry soda pairs perfectly with everything at a deli.

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