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Posted by Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle on Sunday, February 24, 2013 12:29 AM


They're trying anything they can think of: egg white omelets, jalapeno bagels, gluten-free rugelach, even Korean bibimbap, but nothing has been able to stem the receding tide of the American Jewish deli. How do you convince people to pay $20 for a sandwich and drink when Quiznos will fill you up for $5? The day of the Jewish deli is long gone, a relic of a different era with different priorities, and it's never coming back, though there'll always be a few remaining holdouts to serve those who choose to remember. Read more in the Los Angeles Times. Pictured above, by billyboy, is a counter lineup of sandwiches ready to be brought to customers at New York's famed Carnegie Deli (see the Roadfood.com review).

1 Comments:

Sad but true. The entire demographic is changing. Growing up on the north side of Chicago I was able to taste a wide variety of ethinic cusines. The Jewish deli being the standout. Can't get anything like that here in Austin.
Posted by brisketboy on Thursday, Feb 28, 2013 11:01 AM

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