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Old 02-05-2021, 10:03 AM
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NY Deli, Diner & Bakery

A taste of New York's best foods.
"We don't make sandwiches. We build them! "
Fresh baked goods daily!

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3325 US Hwy 441
Fruitland Park, Florida 34731
352-365-0051
Directions: head east on 466A to 441/27 and then turn right like you're going to Leesburg. It will be a short way down on the left in the same shopping center as Appliance Direct, across the highway from the old Nearlee New Furniture Store.

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Old 02-05-2021, 10:32 AM
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A lot of folks on this site won't deal with Facebook, and your page has a lot of good info. I'll add some info to help out your place.

For NY Deli head east on 466A to 441/27 and then turn right like you're going to Leesburg. It will be a short ways down on the left in the same shopping center as Appliance Direct, across the highway from the old Nearlee New Furniture Store. Here's a map.

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I might offer a pinky in exchange for a proper Pastrami and Swiss GRILLED - not boiled - on grilled rye bread with a little raw red onion. With a side of slaw and a pickle spear. And maybe some mundane, unseasoned generic crinkle-cut fries, fried super-crispy.
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I might offer a pinky in exchange for a proper Pastrami and Swiss GRILLED - not boiled - on grilled rye bread with a little raw red onion. With a side of slaw and a pickle spear. And maybe some mundane, unseasoned generic crinkle-cut fries, fried super-crispy.
In my world cheese does not go anywhere near Pastrami
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In my world cheese does not go anywhere near Pastrami
Ay... whats amatta wichoo, Stu. Never hoid uva Pastrami Rueben?
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In my world cheese does not go anywhere near Pastrami
to ruin a pastrami sandwich , next you’ll be hearing someone say it’s better with mayonnaise
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to ruin a pastrami sandwich , next you’ll be hearing someone say it’s better with mayonnaise
With mayo and a glass of milk! LOL
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to ruin a pastrami sandwich , next you’ll be hearing someone say it’s better with mayonnaise
Yuck only mustard with corned beef or pastrami preferable yellow mustard.

My favorite wife puts brown mustard on sandwich that is almost sacrilegious.
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Ay... whats amatta wichoo, Stu. Never hoid uva Pastrami Rueben?
Actually that is another no no.

Rueben is made with corned beef and sauerkraut.
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Yuck only mustard with corned beef or pastrami preferable yellow mustard.

My favorite wife puts brown mustard on sandwich that is almost sacrilegious.
Do you have a not so favorite wife?
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The pic shows nobody wearing masks...including the worker. Do they use masks at this place? Thanks in advance...
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Do they have a good eclairs?
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Actually that is another no no.

Rueben is made with corned beef and sauerkraut.
(And Russian Dressing.)

Never liked a Rubin. I enjoy just corned beef on Rye with mustard and a pickle (on the side).
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to ruin a pastrami sandwich , next you’ll be hearing someone say it’s better with mayonnaise
MUSTARD is the only condiment that should be allowed on a pastrami or corned beef.
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A lot of folks on this site won't deal with Facebook, and your page has a lot of good info. I'll add some info to help out your place.

For NY Deli head east on 466A to 441/27 and then turn right like you're going to Leesburg. It will be a short ways down on the left in the same shopping center as Appliance Direct, across the highway from the old Nearlee New Furniture Store. Here's a map.

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Been meaning to try it, found all others totally unacceptable, I am a fan of the Backstage deli, 2nd Avenue Deli, Roxy’s, Katz’s in Manhattan, most pastrami here is fatty, sliced on a slicer (sacrilege) and totally tasteless, tried Turnpike Mike, was a disappointment, Gio’s Deli, and others, next time that I am in Fruitland Park, will stop by.
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