From Our Editors
With a unique policy that asks patrons to pay after they’ve finished eating, as well as house-made soups priced according to the temperature outside, Eppy’s Deli makes it clear that it does things a bit differently. The New York–style sandwich makers fill marble rye and onion rolls with classic sliced corned beef, pastrami, and various menu offerings dressed in a wide array of mustard varieties. Breakfast time layers plates with omelets, bagels, and fresh lox. With hearty sides such as mashies and gravy and mac 'n' cheese, diners can get a taste of good homestyle cooking without the pulpy aftertaste that follows chewing on old family photo albums.