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Best Deli BOA Award Winner

Year » 2003
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Readers
Jason's Deli

Best Deli BOA Award Winner

Year » 2002
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Readers
New Yorker Marketplace and Delicatessen

Best Deli BOA Award Winner

Year » 2002
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Critics
Salumeria Taggiasca
SALUMERIA TAGGIASCA is one of Atlanta's culinary jewels and certainly worth a trip from anywhere in town. Owned by the same folks who provide many of the city's best Italian restaurants their cheeses and cured meats, quality is key. You'll find excellent panini (crusty Italian sandwiches), as well asmore...
SALUMERIA TAGGIASCA is one of Atlanta's culinary jewels and certainly worth a trip from anywhere in town. Owned by the same folks who provide many of the city's best Italian restaurants their cheeses and cured meats, quality is key. You'll find excellent panini (crusty Italian sandwiches), as well as fresh pastas to cook at home, a nice selection of olives, salads, mostarda, holiday breads, olive oils, balsamic vinegars, prosciutto, tiramisu and a case full of excellent cheeses. "Sweet Auburn Curb Market, 209 Edgewood Ave., 404-524-0006." less...

Best Deli BOA Award Winner

Bagel Palace Deli & Bakery
2869 N. Druid Hills Road 404-315-9016 This Toco Hills delicatessen and bakery may not be exactly palatial, but it does boast two dining rooms and terrific edibles for both dining in and carrying out. Open for breakfast and lunch, Bagel Palace provides an outpost for New York-style items such asmore...
2869 N. Druid Hills Road 404-315-9016 This Toco Hills delicatessen and bakery may not be exactly palatial, but it does boast two dining rooms and terrific edibles for both dining in and carrying out. Open for breakfast and lunch, Bagel Palace provides an outpost for New York-style items such as chopped liver and onion, cheese blintzes and tongue sandwiches on rye with mustard. It also has some selections you might not expect, like Pizza Burgers and Bagel Dogs, and is just the place to fill a prescription for chicken soup with matzoh ball. less...

Best Italian Deli BOA Award Winner

Salumeria Taggiasca
209 Edgewood Ave. 404-524-0006 This store inside the historic Sweet Auburn Curb Market (formerly the Municipal Market) is an absolute jewel. Franco Boeri and his wife Beth are providing the same quality meats, cheeses and products like mostarda and vintage balsamic vinegar that they have been importingmore...
209 Edgewood Ave. 404-524-0006 This store inside the historic Sweet Auburn Curb Market (formerly the Municipal Market) is an absolute jewel. Franco Boeri and his wife Beth are providing the same quality meats, cheeses and products like mostarda and vintage balsamic vinegar that they have been importing and selling to Atlanta's best Italian restaurants for some time. There are sandwiches, olive assortments, an incredible seafood salad, stuffed squid, roasted peppers and eggplant. less...

Best Deli BOA Award Winner

Publix

Best Deli BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Readers
Publix
Serving rotisserie, fried and barbecue chicken (choose from regular, crispy or Szechuan), Publix deli seems to be a staunch advocate of the "Eat More Chicken" campaign. And its custom-made deli sandwiches are giving Subway a run for the money. Soft baguettes, fresh meats and cheeses (cut on site —more...
Serving rotisserie, fried and barbecue chicken (choose from regular, crispy or Szechuan), Publix deli seems to be a staunch advocate of the "Eat More Chicken" campaign. And its custom-made deli sandwiches are giving Subway a run for the money. Soft baguettes, fresh meats and cheeses (cut on site — not prepackaged) topped with mouth-watering oils and spices are drawing in lunch crowds every day of the week. There are also prepared salads (mostly of the mayonnaise-based variety), fountain drinks and bottled juices. less...

Best Deli BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Critics
The New Yorker Delicatessen and Marketplace
Serving 38 specialty sandwiches, including three different Reubens, the New Yorker is a little taste of Manhattan in the heart of Buckhead. The place to pit-stop before picnicking, you can pick up juices, sodas or seltzers, avocados, olives, sauerkraut and fresh, marinated mozzarella balls with teardropmore...
Serving 38 specialty sandwiches, including three different Reubens, the New Yorker is a little taste of Manhattan in the heart of Buckhead. The place to pit-stop before picnicking, you can pick up juices, sodas or seltzers, avocados, olives, sauerkraut and fresh, marinated mozzarella balls with teardrop tomatoes while waiting on your sandwich from the deli. We recommend the potato knish with spicy mustard. less...
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