Before the invention of the sandwich, bread loaves served a more utilitarian purpose, providing ample ammunition for town trebuchets and tasty flotation devices for wooden river rafts. Celebrate bread’s newfound glory with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of sandwiches and more at Bogie’s Downtown Deli.
Bogie’s Downtown Deli plates up hearty sandwiches and wholesome salads inspired by classic Hollywood films. Circle wagons around the southwestern flavors of the Oklahoma Kid, a grilled chicken sandwich capped with monterey Jack, avocado slices, and a creamy Stetson of thousand island dressing ($6.55), or sink incisors into the meaty mounds of the Great O’Malley, a gargantuan burger capsizing from the weight of its double meat and extra cheese ($9.25). The Isle of Fury provides a taco pasture littered with avocado, tomato, and the occasional tumbleweed of chicken or beef on which maws can graze ($6.15), and the veggie and cheese-laden Barefoot Contessa ($5.25) nimbly struts down throats with nary a scuff mark or muddy boot print.
Bogie’s handheld edibles keep a friendly, no-frills home within the restaurant’s poster-adorned walls, which display Hollywood stars and starlets of yore and provide inspiration for the menu’s edibles. Slink into a seat for a casual date, or take a sandwich to go for an intimate evening of annexing nations from your barcalounger.
Four Google Mappers give Bogie's Specialty Deli's a five-star average, and 79% of Urbanspooners like it. Nine Yahoo! Locals give it a four-star average, and four Insider Pagers give the deli a five-star average.
Bogie's Downtown Deli
Bogie’s Downtown Deli serves up hearty sandwiches and wholesome salads inspired by classic Hollywood films. Enjoy selections such as the Oklahoma Kid, a grilled chicken sandwich capped with monterey jack, avocado slices, and Thousand Island dressing, or the Great O’Malley, a gargantuan burger made with double meat and extra cheese. The restaurant’s walls are adorned with posters that display the Hollywood stars and starlets of yore that provide inspiration for the menu’s edibles.