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chicagostyledog

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Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Wed, 03/14/12 9:03 AM (permalink)
Any recommendations for favorite breakfast's and deli's in Cleveland?
 
Thanks.
 
Mark
 
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    buffetbuster

    Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Wed, 03/14/12 10:04 AM (permalink)
    I have had some very good breakfasts at Lucky's Cafe in the Tremont neighborhood.
     
    As for a deli, I have never been there, but know people who love Slyman'sCorky and Lenny's is pretty good, too.
     
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      wanderingjew

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      Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Wed, 03/14/12 10:26 AM (permalink)
      Corky and Lenny's was just "ok" when I visited a little over 10 years ago.
       
      For a good deli experience try Jack's Deli
      I was last there in 2008. Great Matzoh Ball Soup and a decent pastrami sandwich
       
      What I found fascinating is that there seems to be more Jewish Style Delis in Cleveland than there are in NY. 
       
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        BuddyRoadhouse

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        Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Wed, 03/14/12 1:21 PM (permalink)
        Been to both Corky & Lenny's and Jack's.  Liked Jack's a little bit better, but they're both good.
         
        If you want to go beyond deli's, between buffetbuster, wanderingjew, ChiTownDiner, and myself, we can recommend so many places you'll be stuck in Cleveland for a month.  Say the word and let the avalanche begin.
         
        Buddy
         
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          carlton pierre

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          Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Wed, 03/14/12 2:50 PM (permalink)
          Cleveland is definitely a good roadfood city.  I like Slyman's Deli a lot.  it's just wonderful.
           
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            Foodbme

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            Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Wed, 03/14/12 9:15 PM (permalink)
            Sokolowski's has good Deli AND Polish items. Don't know if their open for breakfast.
            http://www.sokolowskis.com/lunch.php
             
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              chicagostyledog

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              Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Fri, 03/16/12 4:31 PM (permalink)
              Thanks for all the suggestions. Stepped off the plane this morning at 8:15am and wolfed down a fabulous corned beef sandwich at Slyman's at 9:15am. The carry out line was down the block and I ate indoors(no wait). www.slymans.com 
               
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                Bob45

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                Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Sat, 03/17/12 2:48 PM (permalink)
                Luckys Cafe is great, best Mac and cheese Ive ever had, also excellent biscuits and gravy
                 
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                  cavandre

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                  Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Sun, 03/18/12 6:56 PM (permalink)
                  If you have the time, try to get to the West Side Market. The various jerkies at Csuchraj Meats are not to be missed.
                   
                  http://www.westsidemarket.org/about.html
                   
                  #9
                    buffetbuster

                    Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Sun, 03/18/12 7:07 PM (permalink)
                    Bob45


                    Luckys Cafe is great, best Mac and cheese Ive ever had, also excellent biscuits and gravy
                    Glad to see another fan of Lucky's.  I have had the mac and cheese and it is indeed great stuff.  But, I have missed out on the biscuits and gravy.  Next time.  Thanks for the tip! 

                     
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                      carlton pierre

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                      Re:Cleveland breakfast's & deli's Mon, 03/19/12 9:23 AM (permalink)
                      Hey,  thanks for reminding me of Westside Market.  One of the best farmer's markets around.  I'm gonna be in Cleveland this week and I'll have to check out the Market. 
                       
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