Most privateers and underwater archaeologists know that, while not foolproof, securing your treasure chest with lox will at least distract most plunderers. Utilize this strong cut of salmon and other dining favorites in more-traditional ways with today's deal. For $10, you get $25 worth of fresh selections from Steve's Deli. This River North eatery doubles as both a mealtime destination and a fully functioning deli. Automobiled grocery shoppers will be pleased to know that free 90-minute parking is available directly behind the location.
A Metro-Detroit import, Steve's Deli offers a scroll-worthy menu loaded with endless combinations of soups, salads, sandwiches, and more. Choose carefully from 26 overstuffed sandwiches with such meats as turkey off the bone ($8.99), fried bologna ($7.79), or hot roast-beef brisket ($8.99). Hearty soups such as chicken matzo ball ($6.59) or mushroom barley ($5.59) are also offered in cup or bowl form.
Everyone knows the old truism that you have to break a few eggs in order to drink them, but sanitation laws require Steve's to cook their egg whites into delicious pizza omelettes ($9.99). Other classic breakfast items are available, ranging from fresh-fruit salads ($3.79) to spreadable bagels ($1.59–$2.79). In between meals, swing through for dessert with a slice of moistened carrot cake ($5.29) or rice pudding ($4.59).
Offering more than freshly prepared eats, today's Groupon is also good toward any items at Steve's full-service deli counter. Between diners and deli grabbers, Steve's bustles with movement throughout the day, especially during workday lunch hour. But ungifted musical-chairs players can rest easy, as there's rarely a shortage of seating.
The Chicago Sun-Times likes Steve's Deli's variety:
- Walk straight in and you will see an assembly of deli delights -- meatloaf, stuffed cabbage, brisket, knishes, noodle kugel, egg-white salad, gefilte fish, and on and on. Look to your left and see racks filled with breads and bagels. Look around from the hot food displays and you will see the famous "cake carousel" -- with its mile-high Carnegie cheesecakes (cherry or blueberry topping), carrot cake and giant cupcakes -- rotate, making you hungrier with each spin. No matter where you turn in this deli, there is something to whet your appetite. – Pat Bruno
- I am a huge fan of the corned beef/pastrami sandwich with Russian dressing. True to my expectations the sandwich was huge...My friend had the matzo ball soup and said it was tasty. – Daniel W., Yelp
Near North Side
354 W Hubbard St.
Chicago, Illinois 60654Get Directions