Schwartz’s Genuine Miami Deli is a delivery and pick-up only deli from the team behind Michael’s Genuine. The food is good - especially the everything bagel, hot pastrami sandwich, and black and white cookie. There are more typical deli things here like egg salad sandwiches, matzah ball soup, and more. Sadly, it’s not really the kind of food that travels great, and it’s hard to drop $16 on a pastrami sandwich or $15 on a bagel with smoked salmon when we’re just not sure what state it’ll arrive in. So maybe this is more of a hangover option or for those days when you’re excited about staying inside all day and more than happy to deal with delivery fees.
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