What happened to Helsing's Coffee Shops?
What happened to Helsing's Coffee Shops? Only in Arizona: Once popular along Central Avenue, the 'restaurants for working people' fueled generations of Phoenicians Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2qR1bIa ED DEBEVIC'S: Ed Debevic's was another family favorite, near 20th Street and Highland Avenue. Sassy waitresses served burgers and meatloaf at the retro-style diner through the '80s and '90s.
Bagel restaurant entering Baton Rouge market
New York Bagel Cafe and Deli will open its first Baton Rouge restaurant in mid-July, across from Whole Foods. The restaurant applied last week for a building permit to renovate a 1,300-square-foot space at 7569 Jefferson Highway.
German cuisine makes a comeback in Ventura
With the demise of Old Vienna years ago and the more recent closure of the German Market and Deli, Ventura's German-food lovers have had to head south to Newbury Park or north to Santa Barbara to get their spaetzle and wurst fix. The recently opened BierBrats - which appropriately has taken over the German Deli space in the Big Lots shopping center - is gamely trying to fill that gap.
Historic Madison restaurant up for sale
Ella's Deli and Ice Cream Parlor, a landmark historic restaurant, is on the market for the first time in more than 40 years. The owners say they are ready to retire.
El Bagel Delivers Old School, Hand-Rolled Goods with a Wynwood Pop-Up on The Way
Even in New York City where bagels are believed to be best, they're filled with life-extending conditioners and corn syrup. In Miami, the legitimate bagel options are rare.
Denver's New York Deli News is changing hands
New York Deli News owner Al Belski, middle, and Andy Fuentes, left, in 2000. Fuentes claims to be one of the Yankee's biggest fans.
Katz's Deli to send food by mail from Hackensack3 minutes | Food
Hackensack will house a Katz's Deli shipping facility, allowing the famed New York City deli to to start sending its food worldwide. Katz's Deli to offer food by mail; Hackensack facility to ship Hackensack will house a Katz's Deli shipping facility, allowing the famed New York City deli to to start sending its food worldwide.
Bagel-store bandit put on ice; sentenced to eight years
A felon from Queens who previously spent two decades in prison is back behind bars again - this time for eight years - after being sentenced for a string of armed commercial stickups two years ago, including one in Castleton Corners. Charles Gelzer, 48, and an accomplice, Clarence Clark, who goes by the moniker Shateekk Savage, held up three delis and a bagel store between Aug. 31 and Oct. 12, 2015, according to an indictment filed in Brooklyn federal court.
Katz's Deli to offer a taste of a its famous menu _ by mail
Katz's Delicatessen has been urging customers to "send a salami to your boy in the Army" for generations. Now, the New York City restaurant, where everyone's favorite scene from "When Harry Met Sally" was shot, is expanding its shipping capacity so it can send perishable delicacies like pastrami and corned beef around the globe.
Reuben pizza is quick, inexpensive option for grad party
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Washington, DC, is famous for many things, but it's never been known for its great delicatessens. This is what makes K's New York Deli (formerly called Krupin's) a true city treasure -- it's the kind of authentic deli you're used to coming across in New York, complete with high-piled sandwiches and countermen with attitude. This Tenleytown spot has creamy chicken soup, airy matzo balls and platters of smoked fish shipped in from Brooklyn. Sandwich-wise, classics like chopped chicken liver or corned beef on rye are good bets. If you've got a big appetite -- and a friend with a big appetite -- share the beef-in-the-pot, a casserole that produces two bowls of chicken broth, two matzo balls and a slab of tender boiled beef. The food is reliably good, but it's the relaxed neighborhood feel of the place that keeps regulars coming back for more
4620 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington, DC