We arrived at 7;30.They close @ 9 pm . Good food, smallish portions. If you think the 1/2 sandwich and cup of soup will satisfy you , you may want to think twice. kitchen closes at (9;00 pm) make sure you give your entire order before they close the kitchen. Once we were served our meal, we all realized that Theresa, out server forgot the chopped liver. She said it was too late to order the chopped liver, Kitchen is closed. Then informed us that the kosher slicer for my son's salami sandwich was already cleaned. I asked if they could cut the salami with a knife. The sandwich arrived machine sliced. We felt like we were treated like chopped liver!!! She really had some pair of Matzo balls.
They're the only Jewish deli/restaurant in town and have a very captive audience.
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