Sandwiches, like Shakespeare plays, have many layers and are often cut into parts to make them easier to digest. Conquer all of hunger's five acts with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $25 worth of sandwiches, all-day breakfast, and homestyle dinners at Fromin's Delicatessen & Restaurant in Santa Monica.
Operated by two friends with a lifetime of experience in the deli industry, Fromin's Delicatessen & Restaurant has conquered appetites with generously sized sandwiches, burgers, and diner-style dinners with California flare for more than 30 years. The 10-page menu begins with an introduction written by the restaurant's most tenured fork and a selection of all-day breakfast dishes, such as cheese or fruit blintzes ($8.95–$10.95) capped with sour cream and preserves, or one of 19 different omelets ($7.95–$12.95). Sky-high sandwiches ($12.45) smother one of six meats with coleslaw and russian dressing, and indecisive eaters can pick a pair ($12.95) of petite sandwiches piled with anything from hot corned beef to tongue. After 4 p.m. diners turn their attention away from midday juggling practice to the dinner list, where five sides orbit homestyle entrees such as sweet-and-sour rolled cabbage ($16.95).
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Fromin's Delicatessen & Restaurant a spot on Groupon's Best of 2011 list.
Fromin's Delicatessen & Restaurant
Operated by two friends with a lifetime of experience in the deli industry, Fromin's Delicatessen & Restaurant has conquered appetites with generously sized sandwiches, burgers, and California-tinged diner-style dinners for more than 30 years. The owners bring a wealth of life experiences to the table as they ply their culinary trade, with Maurice Solomon being a survivor of Nazi-occupied Belgium and Dennis Fromin being a fourth-generation deli operator. The longtime buddies staff the counter themselves, whipping up blintzes and omelets all day long, and layering towering sandwiches with chicken salad, hot pastrami, and corned beef. The pair's commitment to preparing traditional delicatessen fare runs deep. Dennis draws from decades of family tradition and Maurice proudly sports the name “Deli King” on his license plate and library card.