What You'll Get
Eppy's menu is a tribute to the simple delights of a Jewish deli. Warm up with a bowl of matzo ball soup ($3.95) and pair it with a sandwich meal that comes with your choice of one hot or two cold sides. Choices are simple and hearty, such as a hot pastrami sandwich ($7.50), a classic Reuben ($7.95), and its meat-free cousin ($7.50). Meanwhile, Facebook fans of the sea can satiate themselves with a tuna salad melt ($6.95) or lox sandwich ($8.50). Hot sides include mashed potatoes and gravy, red beans and rice, or mac 'n' cheese, while cold options include potato chips, coleslaw, and a fruit cup. The café environment matches Eppy's menu for simplicity and warmth, with exposed brick walls, wood tabletops, and cozy seating that inspires propped elbows, close conversation, and convivial noshing.
- A Jewish deli is only as good as its pastrami, and here Eppy’s turned out to be, as always, dependable: The meat was salty and beefy. – David Tamarkin, Time Out Chicago
- This is turning out to be one of the best places to grab lunch downtown. I recommend pairing any of their sandwiches (Reuben!!) with their cheap soup and warm sides. – Jim M., Yelp
- Definitely head over if you are looking for a good sandwich at a fair price. – james1970, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with other offers. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Eppy's Café and Deli
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.