19.502 Delicatessens in USA

5th Avenue Deli
Delicatessens
320 w 5th Ave # 410 99501-2353 - Anchorage (AK)
9072763854
76th Street Deli
Delicatessens
7521 Old Seward Hwy 99518-3228 - Anchorage (AK)
9073449008
Cafe Deja Vu
Delicatessens
1120 Huffman Rd # 14 99515-3561 - Anchorage (AK)
9073446996
3535 Akula Dr 99516-2861 - Anchorage (AK)
9073361315
601 w 36th Ave # 1 99503-5848 - Anchorage (AK)
9075613876
Pho One Restaurant
Delicatessens
3101 Penland Pkwy # H10 99508-1958 - Anchorage (AK)
9072585467
Pil's Oriental Deli
Delicatessens
404 g St 99501-2127 - Anchorage (AK)
9072726900
3007 Arctic Blvd # 42 99503-3480 - Anchorage (AK)
9075620994
Schlotzsky's Deli
Delicatessens
321 e Dimond Blvd 99515-1930 - Anchorage (AK)
9078683960
5445 Old Seward Hwy # 4 99518-1474 - Anchorage (AK)
9075623332
New York Deli
Delicatessens
1255 Airport Way # 5 99701-5860 - Fairbanks (AK)
9073741014
1255 Airport Way 99701-5860 - Fairbanks (AK)
9073749097
Mountain Market
Delicatessens
Po Box 1509 99827-1509 - Haines (AK)
9077663380
Mountain Market & Cafe
Delicatessens
Po Box 1509 99827-1509 - Haines (AK)
9077663340
Fisher Fuel Deli
Delicatessens
Mile 249.5 Parks Hwy 99743 - Healy (AK)
9076832404
Polar Treats
Delicatessens
Po Box 8755 99901-3755 - Ketchikan (AK)
9072256527
301 Shore St # b 99752 - Kotzebue (AK)
9074424304
Po Box 527 99752-0527 - Kotzebue (AK)
9074424304
Subway
Delicatessens
Po Box 509 99762-0509 - Nome (AK)
9074438100
550 s Alaska St # 105 99645-6371 - Palmer (AK)
9077454100
Subway
Delicatessens
Po Box 1244 99664-1244 - Seward (AK)
9072247165
43977 Sterling Hwy # d 99669-8053 - Soldotna (AK)
9072623232
Subway
Delicatessens
Po Box 1875 99686-1875 - Valdez (AK)
9078353103
Black Dog Deli
Delicatessens
At Creekside Plaza 99654 - Wasilla (AK)
9073735299
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Delicatessens

Delicatessens

A delicatessen, also known simply as a deli, is a store that deals in cheeses, cooked meats, and/or exotic foods. The origin of the word is traced to the Latin term “delicatus,” which means “giving pleasure” or “pleasing.” However, the word was introduced into English from German. The shorter “deli” came into use in the United States around 1954. The first delicatessens were said to have emerged in Germany during the 18th century. A German food company named Dallmayr, which imported some fruits such as bananas and mangoes, from foreign locations such as China and the Canary Island in 1700 is regarded as the first delicatessen anywhere in the world.

Delicatessens were first introduced into the U.S. in the middle of the 19th century. New York was the first place where they emerged in the country to cater to European immigrants. The popularity of these retail food establishments was driven by these immigrants, particularly Ashkenazi Jews. As years passed on, deli became less known as independent units in America. Today, they exist in many places as sections of fast food outlets, supermarkets and other stores.

Delicatessens in the U.S. are often a combination of a restaurant and a grocery store. Compared to fast food, these shops provide fresher and wider menu and the service may share certain similarities to that of a cafeteria. Menu typically varies according to ethnic diversity of each region. Delicatessens serve a variety of beverages, including soft drinks, tea and coffee.

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