Best Delis

Best Delis

Everybody knows how important a good sandwich is to a neighborhood.

These five Brooklyn delis surely deliver the goods when it comes to variety, quantity and quality.

Mill Basin Deli
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Mill Basin Deli – Mill Basin

For over forty years, Mill Basin Deli has been serving up piping hot pastrami sandwiches on Avenue T in Brooklyn. This authentic, old-school kosher deli is not only a feast for the stomach, but the eyes as well. Dotted with art pieces by world-renowned artists, Mill Basin Deli is a must-visit.

Lioni Italian Heroes
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Lioni Italian Heroes – Bensonhurst

It’s been said that better sandwiches do not exist – and they might be right. Not only are Lioni’s sandwiches tasty, but they’re huge too. A heaven for hero lovers, the variety at this place will leave you coming back again, and again, and again.

Court Street Grocers
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Court Street Grocers – Carroll Gardens & Red Hook

Tucked away in the back of this adorable neighborhood marketplace is the counter and sandwich menu of your dreams.

Espinal Deli
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Espinal Deli – Bed Stuy

Serving up hot Latin food, Spanish dishes, American food, sandwiches and more, Espinal Deli doubles as a typical NYC mini mart with your selection of beer, drinks and snacks. A local gem to the neighborhood, you can’t find better hot dishes.

Sahadis Coffee
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Sahadi’s – Brooklyn Heights

Walk in to Sahadi’s on Atlantic Avenue and you’ll be transported to the open air markets of a Middle Eastern grocery store. With an extensive spice, cheese and coffee selection, if the glorious aroma doesn’t knock you down, the affordable prices will.