State's best deli sandwich
Family-owned Alabama roast turkey
Bates Turkey Farm established in 1923, and its restaurant serves turkey chilli taco salad and turkey gumbo.
Despite its Chicago sports theme, this Anchorage restaurant has a dedicated Alaskan following (including a whopping 9-pound sandwich challenge).
This modest eatery serves crave-worthy sandwiches and "steamers" – Vie de France hoagies covered with parmesan garlic butter.
Gilbert's Italian Beef
Isn't a Deli This strip mall restaurant and bakery distinguishes out because it trains and employs persons with developmental challenges, including autism.
French Dip is a huge, hot sandwich on a crispy French bread made with roast beef (or ham, turkey, pastrami, or lamb) and served with a side of jus for dipping.
This mom-and-pop shop's modest menu gets rave reviews. Portobello mushroom, red pepper, zucchini, red onion, goat cheese, & house-made pesto cost $10.50.
Rein's is a must-visit Jewish deli off I-84. Some aficionados swear by the Vernon Chicken Salad Club and the Reuben, but the famed corned beef should not be missed.
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