Eating a well-crafted deli sandwich is like kissing a beautiful stranger—it tastes great, leaves you wanting more, and contains just the right amount of crunch. Bite into a deli surprise with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of sandwiches, salads, and more at Brooklyn Deli. This Groupon is valid at both the Rockford and Roscoe locations.
Brooklyn Deli builds scrumptious sandwiches, salads, drinks, and more in the ubiquitous style of the five boroughs. The Yankeelicious menu flaunts an extensive selection of signature sandwiches like the Bronx Bomber, which is nestled inside the downy bosom of a fresh kaiser roll and piled high with ham, capicola, coleslaw, tomatoes, cheddar, and french fries ($6.95). The hot pastrami sandwich is wrapped in a delicious rye-bread blanket and amassed with piquant pastrami, succulent sauerkraut, thousand island dressing, and swiss cheese ($5.95) for an experience as heartwarmingly melty as playing with a puppy or watching that same puppy earn a degree in criminal justice. Dive into a juicy, 100% beef cheeseburger ($6.95) or a heavenly amalgamation of chili-cheese fries ($3.50). Wash noshings down with a bubbly soda from the fountain ($1.59–$1.79), and finish off your East Coast–inspired feast with a slice of mouthwatering New York–style cheesecake or a creamy cannoli ($2.95 each) that double as direct portals to Tony Danza.
WIFR named Brooklyn Deli as Rockford's Best Subs. Go.rrstar.com and Passport to the World of Food reviewed the deli. Five Yahoo! Locals give it a four-star average, and 84% of Urbanspooners recommend the business.
At Brooklyn Deli, owners Mark Anderson and Don Bothem slice premium meats and julienne subway passes for authentic New York-style sandwiches. Along with their menu of Brooklyn classics, the duo and their staff whip up custom creations, layering breads with meats, toppings, dressings, and cheeses. Meanwhile, freshly cut potatoes simmer in the fryer, and Otis Spunkmeyer cookies rise in the ovens. Out in the dining area, cheerful red booths and stools line up beneath photographs of New York.