Famous 4th Street Delicatessen
Mile-high sandwiches, matzoh ball soup and colossal cookies
For more than 80 years, this classic Jewish deli has occupied the corner of 4th and Bainbridge Streets. Today, it’s known for mammoth portions—from huge omelets to baseball-sized matzoh balls to Frisbee-esque black-and-white cookies. On Election Day, it’s a popular spot for politicians and politicos to gather to backslap and shake hands.
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