delicatessen


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delicatessen

a shop selling various foods, esp unusual or imported foods, already cooked or prepared
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"TSR continue to manage the shopping parade on behalf of the landlord in which Bradley's Butchers & Delicatessen are based as part of our management portfolio, so this is another exciting addition."
If you would like to book a table for breakfast, lunch or dinner - or if you would like any more information about Devour at the Dyehouse's delicatessen or cooking classes - visit devour.co.uk.
The extended La Casa Delicatessen will open in June.
Also, this transaction included all Stockmann Delicatessen business operations and personnel in Finland.
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After you've eaten at the restaurant, why not visit the delicatessen and pick up some tasty tidbits and a bottle of something special?
One of Merwin's most useful contributions is to correct the timing of delicatessen's entry into American life.
The victim was pushing a large shopping trolley in the Aldi store, in New Coventry Road, Sheldon, when she stopped to quickly pick something from the shelves in the delicatessen section.
That's the question I'm pondering as I wait for a table at Sol's NYC Delicatessen, the non-kosher, Jewish-style deli from chef Sol Shenker that opened in February in Main Street's defunct Applebee's.
Louis Schwartz, a waiter in the Sixth Avenue Delicatessen who was famous for selling more than $4 million worth of war bonds, claimed to have invented the famous slogan "Send a Salami to Your Boy in the Army," which became a permanent catchphrase at Katz's Delicatessen and other delicatessens in the city.
Finger limes are just one of a number of premium Australian agricultural products, including olive oil, honey, wagyu beef and organic baby food, now being sold in some of Asia's top stores as Australia pushes to become Asia's delicatessen.
A sumptuous shot of hot pastrami piled high on rye is one of many sights in "Deli Man'' likely to send you off in search of the nearest Jewish delicatessen after watching Erik Greenberg Anjou's documentary.