Like fairies, sandwiches are famously difficult to photograph because they can take thousands of forms and wear a variety of toppings. Dine on visually uncaptureable cuisine with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of New York–style deli fare and drinks at Manhattan Delicatessen Bakery Restaurant. This Groupon is good at one of the following locations: Temecula and Palm Springs.
Manhattan's fresh-made deli delicacies speak savorily of New York cooking styles with heaping sandwiches and homemade desserts. Snag a classic corned-beef sandwich served on rye ($10.95), or snarf the Manhattan chili cheese dog, a foot-long 'furter with American cheese, homemade chili, chopped red onion, and cheddar ($10.95). Ten-inch gourmet pizzas come in pre-made editions such as Hawaiian, whose tasty circularity is peppered with mozzarella, Canadian bacon, and pineapple ($11.95). You can also build your own pie with a bevy of topping options and edible Quikrete. Breakfast hungerers can dine anytime on egg-bread french toast ($5.95) or potato latkas with sour cream and applesauce ($9.50).
Beverages at Manhattan include coffees and teas, a variety of bottled beers ($3.95), wine ($5.95–$6.95), and cocktails ($6.95). Baked desserts and Manhattan-style sundaes are available for satiating sugar lust or leveling uneven chairs.
The San Diego Jewish Journal and the Taste of Temecula featured Manhattan Delicatessen Bakery Restaurant. Metromix reviewed the Palm Springs location. Yelpers give the Temecula location an average of 3.5 stars.
- Manhattan has 102 sandwiches from which to choose, so it's a sure bet that everyone at the table will find something to enjoy. Portions are generous and reasonably priced. – Holly Hamlin, Metromix
- The pastry selection is amazing. Among the choices are fresh New York-style cheesecake, luscious fruit tarts covered with sweet fruit and berry slices, gigantic frosted cinnamon rolls, cakes, éclairs, Danishes, hamantashen and oversized cream puffs. Most are large enough for two or three people to share. – Amy Bentley, The San Diego Jewish Journal