According to Chef Maria, “Greek food is fresh, healthy, delicious, and aromatic. Every food is a necessity. Greek food is a pleasure.” She uses all fresh vegetables, fresh herbs and fresh meats. Some of the dishes that you can learn to cook Greek style are moussaka, Greek salad,...
This deli, that resides in the same building as Ditto's, is to die for! Costumers rave over their wide variety of sandwiches, soups, and pastas! After you get through their menu though, you must try their desserts on the way out (especially the brownies)!
For those watching what they eat who also want to have a nice lunch downtown, Zoup is the place to go. Not only does the restaurant break down the calories and carbs for you, but they detail their gluten-free, dairy-free, low-fat and vegetarian options.
Potbelly started in 1977 when an antique shop in Chicago decided to boost business by selling toasted sandwiches. The sandwiches sold better than the antiques and spawned shops all over the country from Dallas to Philadelphia. Find out what the hubbub is about and try the Italian loaded with...
Medical center visitors and downtown workers pack this deli every weekday for delicious sandwiches and salads, appropriately named for neighborhoods in New York City.
This deli brings a Manhattan feel to the Bluegrass. Try the hearty pasta salads with whimsical names like Isabella Tortellini or a New York classic like matzo ball soup or pastrami on rye. Also, see how many celebrities you recognize in the fun paintings on the walls.
Tucked alongside quaint shops and galleries, this deli offers homemade soups, bagels, muffins, espressos and lattes. Pumpernickel and spinach feta bagels are tasty, as are the unique cream cheese flavors. The smaller downtown location is ideal for a quick weekday breakfast or lunch.
McAlister’s offers loaded spuds, super-size salads, a variety of soups and a broad selection of signature sandwiches.
Have a panini, (the chicken prosciutto comes highly recommended), muffaletta, or custom deli sandwich for lunch and pick up gourmet and international ingredients to make dinner, all in one stop at this little shop in the Vogue Center.
Chicago grub in Louisville’s suburban East End? Sounds like a culinary stretch for authentic Windy City fare, but Lonnie’s native-son owners have the formula down pat, with some of the best sausages and hot dogs this side of Wrigley Field.
An East Coast-style subs chain ventures down South with sandwiches, wraps and an “original” that includes proscuittini, cappacuola, salami, pepperoni and all the fixings.
A contemporary cafe, serving hot and cold deli sandwiches with sassy names. Try the “Bamm!! I’m Good!” or the “It Ain’t Easy Bein Cheesy.” They also do box lunches to go and event catering.
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