deli sandwich

Who doesn’t a good deli sandwich whether it be pastrami, corned beef, brisket or a combination of two or all three meats. Topped it with melted cheese, sauerkraut, mustard or anything you like between two rye bread slices, so good. They taste even better in August at Miracle Mile Deli where they’re celebrating National Sandwich Month with their six popular sandwiches for only $14.

The Central Phoenix deli knows how to make a good sandwich and the numbers don’t lie. Every year they sell over 24 tons of hot pastrami is sold, 20,000 pounds of onions and Kaiser rolls are eaten and over 32,000 pounds of brisket and corned beef are sold. The deli is one of the top users of sauerkraut and dill pickles in the southwest with over 15,000 and 30,000 pounds consumed annually.

Choose fromthe New Yorker, Straw, Combo, Pastrami, Corned Beef & Brisket all month long (except Sundays) for several dollars off their regular price. A side and kosher pickle is included with all sandwiches.

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  1. It’s nice that Miracle Mile is celebrating National Sandwich Month, Sandy. They do make decent sandwiches and have been in Phoenix for probably longer than any other deli. However, I was wondering why you never mention the only authentic Jewish deli in Phoenix (no, Chompie’s is no longer authentic, especially since they sold themselves out to Freddy’s!) that has been here since 1989–Scott’s Generations. He makes the closest-to-New York pastrami I’ve had since moving here in 1985. Try his “Scottwich”, a $17 sandwich with enough tender pastrami to last for days (I bet it’s at least a pound of meat). I also bet that he’s the only deli with kippers and sturgeon on the menu in Phoenix. I’m sure a lot of our residents read your newsletter who might appreciate learning more about this fine local deli.

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