Deli

Boogie & Tootsie’s Deli

Jan 21, 2016 By Texas Monthly

There is a lot to like about this place from restaurateurs Milly and Mike Dougay, the former owners of Willy Ray’s and the Tamale Company. It’s a bright, cheery spot perfect for meeting up with friends, whether you want a full meal or something light like a fruit salad topped…

Deli News

Apr 5, 2017 By Texas Monthly

There’s one on just about every block in NYC. In Dallas, there are just a few. But if you want the real deli experience, sit down in this no-nonsense room and sample an ABC sandwich of New York rye bread, mountainous layers of corned beef, pastrami, Swiss cheese, coleslaw (yes,…

Delicatesse

Oct 4, 2015 By Texas Monthly

For those who dare to wear yoga pants when not doing yoga, here’s a judgment-free zone for both the fit and those meditating on same. This brightly colored corner has a studiously simple menu that’s heavy on rewarding flavors and reasonably sized portions. We like the tall New York–style pastrami…

Henk’s European Deli

Dec 12, 2016 By Texas Monthly

Ever heard of a Hot Amsterdam sandwich? Neither had we, but now that we know about this toothsome combination of Dutch ham and Gouda on grilled bread, it will be easy to recommend it to others; pair it with the puckery red cabbage and one of the almost thirty varieties…

La Waffalata

Dec 8, 2015 By Texas Monthly

Fridays are hopping at this kitschy little place in downtown Mineola. We ignored the harried host’s warning of a likely hour wait (this at 1:00 pm) and enjoyed the entertainment from the guitarist perched on a stool in the front dining room for what turned out to be a mere…

Scratch Sandwich Company

Oct 5, 2015 By Texas Monthly

Here’s a corner deli elevating suburban sandwiches to verified Instagram moments. There’s no loafing around here with custom salads, subs, and wraps built to your specs. House dressings, pickles, and sauces offer clever customization. When Pigs Fly is piggy perfection, with bacon marmalade slathered on grilled chicken layered with baby…

Walton’s Fancy and Staple

Sep 26, 2016 By Texas Monthly

Life is sweet at this little downtown eatery, flower shop, and bakery. A whimsical yesterday is evoked by wire egg baskets and faded advertisements on the exposed brick walls, but today’s culinary trends are acknowledged in details like cute cactus-shaped macarons. The Freebird, a pressed sandwich, unites grilled chicken breast,…