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  • How are reviewers describing this item?
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  • Our engine has discovered that over 80% high quality reviews are present.
  • This product had a total of 1,942 reviews as of our last analysis date on Apr 21 2019.
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Great cakes and beverages. Ruben is absolutely the best sandwich ever eaten by humanity.

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A destination-worthy shop to be proud of. Zingerman's pastrami and corned beef are some of the best in the country, but that do...  Read More


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    Posted by a reviewer on Yelp

    No idea but it's #236).


    Posted by a reviewer on Yelp

    We had to check it out.


    Posted by a reviewer on Yelp

    You've got two southerners stamp of approval.


    Posted by a reviewer on Yelp

    During college i would always try to make it to the deli on saturday to pick up the bread of the month (they have a different discounted bread each month besides november and december) after shopping the farmers market.


    Posted by a reviewer on Yelp

    The food, the whole experience i almost broke down crying.


    Posted by a reviewer on Yelp

    Even the small sandwich was over $16 on it's own, so it is very expensive here, but you get what you pay for i'd say.


    Posted by a reviewer on Yelp

    It's a popular spot, so the lines can be long, but you wont even mind the wait.


    Posted by a reviewer on Yelp

    I've passed up going here a few times, because the line was out the door.

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