A bite of Mesnick's best-selling Boca shows off his master combos: pastrami, corned beef and brisket stuffed into a just-baked French roll, with brown mustard and Muenster cheese melted together. Then there's the Gold-n-Berg-n-stein, which adds kosher salami, house slaw and Thousand Island to the mix.
In an age of fancy foods, Deli Board is comfort food nirvana.
Now, it’s a given that you’ll come in at lunch for a pastrami/corned beef Boca or brisket-stuffed Munsoned. But you can also get the Bubbees3 (chicken, tuna and egg salad on greens) or pick up corned beef by the pound.
And as far as breakfast goes, they’re flying in bagels from New York.
It’s the closest thing you can get in the city, to the type of sandwiches found in an East Coast deli shop.
These sandwiches are huge, and overloaded with thinly sliced meats (pastrami, corned beef, turkey, brisket, etc.).