- n. Plural form of deli.
“The Carnegie, Katz's, The 2nd Ave Deli, Fine & Schapiro, Liebman's, the name delis, all served, to varying degrees, decent matzo ball soup with Liebman's decidedly a cut above the others for its broth and for having the best-tasting matzo ball of any during this search.”
“Dyed crass colors and sold in delis, the flower is almost universally scorned.”
“What I can’t stand about generic delis is the mediocre food.”
“I’ve also heard that alot ofchain delis charge less forpre-packaged sandwiches at a certain time.”
“The soups are about the same price as chain delis and much tastier; it’s not your $9 cup ‘o’ soup from Hale & Hearty.”
“Brooklyn to do in a cornfed town where pizza is exotic cuisine and the so-called delis don't stock pastrami?”
“He said grocery stores are doing more business in specialty areas such as delis and fish counters on the perimeter of the store and less in the center dry goods areas.”
“There is a variety of ethnic "delis" in the neighborhood, and this clearly was a welcome addition.”
“There are wineries on both sides of this heated debate, but it seems as though the number of New York wineries against Governor Paterson's proposal to allow grocery stores, convenience stores, delis, gas stations, etc. (wherever beer is sold today).”
“Even before the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Lower Manhattan—salted with shabby government offices, storefront delis and foreboding bank buildings—was rarely counted among the city's more charming residential neighborhoods.”
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