What to eat in and around Seattle today: Dingfelder's Delicatessen

May 16 2020, 9:49 am

Let your taste buds do some traveling and take them across the country to one of Seattle’s best New York-style Jewish delis: Dinfelder’s Delicatessen.

The East Pine Street spot packs their sandwiches with insane amounts of meat and adds a perfect homestyle flair to all of their dishes.

Dinfelder’s takeout window and curbside pickup are currently open Sunday to Thursday from 11 am to 7 pm, and Friday to Saturday from 11 am to 9 pm.

The restaurant currently has three menus available: the classic menu, a family meal menu, and a “grandma on the go” menu.

The classic menu offers thirteen types of sandwiches, which all come with a side of coleslaw and pickles. There’s also a rotating soup of the day, and open-faced bagel sandwiches.

 

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Those looking for prepared dinners ready to heat and serve should order one of the family meals, which range in price from $36 to $50. Options for mains include brisket and gravy, herb-roasted turkey, smoked salmon, and Bubbie’s stuffed cabbage rolls.

You can also pick two sides of roasted root vegetables, kugel, potato latkes, organic green salad, greek salad, or coleslaw.

 

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If you’re missing homestyle meals and would like to buy in bulk to stock your fridge and freezer, opt for the “grandma on the go” menu.

Choose between seven soups, including chicken soup, cabbage soup, and borscht, as well as desserts, bagels, sides, and meat by the pound.

 

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Those looking to order can visit Dingfelder’s walk-up window at 14th and E Pine or call 206-403-1365, or email to place an order for delivery or pick-up.

Dingfelder’s Delicatessen

Location: 1318 E Pine Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-403-1365
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