1. Europa Delicatessen425 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
2. Stephen’s Restaurant1000 East 16th Street, Hialeah
3. Roasters 'n Toasters525 Arthur Godfrey Rd, Miami Beach
4. Sage Bagel and Deli800 E Hallandale Beach Blvd, Hallandale Beach
5. Kalinka18090 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles
6. Toasted Bagelry and Deli83 SW 8th St, Miami
7. Etzel Itzik18757 W Dixie Hwy, Miami
8. R n T Signature Grill9471 S Dixie Hwy, Pinecrest
9. Josh's Deli9517 Harding Ave, Miami
10. Made in Italy Gourmet10 NE 27th St, Miami
At this little place wedged between 4th and 5th, you can find stuff typically only found by crossing the Atlantic, like Austrian soda, German cheese, and all varieties of meats, wines, and pastas imported from Italy. Also sandwiches on fresh-baked bread, or enjoy a hot bowl of the best goulash you'll find in Miami.
This New York-style deli in Hialeah has been around for 60 years and Chef June has been there for 57 or those years. The food’s all sandwiches and serious deli stuff, plus great matzoh ball soup.
This deli is a sequel to the Pinecrest original, and differs slightly. They still serve up fresh bagels and mountainous deli sandwiches -- plus skirt steak and quesadillas.
Run by a Queens native, this Hallandale spot has been the go-to for bagels and deli sammies for over 40 years.
At this deli in Little Moscow, you can find stuff usually only stocked in Russian grocery stores, and must-try dessert cakes like the Napoleon and the Medovik don't disappoint.
TBD's cooking up burgers and wraps named after Miami 'hoods, like the Calle Ocho Panini and the Golden Glades Cheese Steak. They've also got bagels on bagels, as the name would imply, with eight different kinds of homemade cream cheese to choose from.
Unless you've got a good tip from some locals, you might not even know this place exists, but you should. You’ll receive a grand selection of salads with pita bread the moment you sit down, and it’s one of the few places in town that serve chicken heart. Oh, and if that's not for you, they also have Moroccan spicy sausage, kebab, and falafel.
After years of refusing to serve you dinner, unless you were really old and ate it at 3p, the duo behind 27yrs-young deli Roasters' n Toasters just unleashed R n T: an all-day, sub ‘n wing counter-service shop right next door that’s filled its flatscreen-equipped walls with sports memorabilia including Jeremy Shockey jerseys, Dan Marino's 400-TD plaque, and a “Hall of Fame” wall for athlete patrons to autograph (sorry, Eddy Curry, they said “athletes”).
Josh's Deli is a "homey", kosher-style deli that has a menu that offers breakfast, soups, salads, and obviously "sandwiches and stuff".
Made in Italy Gourmet features at least a dozen hot and cold sandwiches. The Curma, a nickname for the Alp peak Mont Blanc de Courmayeur, is one of the most popular with Fontina, speck, and porcini mousse on ciabatta bread.