Anything between two slices of bread is technically a sandwich, even if your filling is 20 pounds of lunchmeat or the only known photo of Abraham Lincoln crying. Have an honest meal with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Deli Cuisine
All-stars on the menu of classic deli favorites include the Tribeca sandwich with turkey and russian dressing on toasted focaccia ($4.99/$7.99), a portobello mozzarella panini with marinated portobellos and fresh field greens ($6.99), a cobb salad with turkey, bacon, egg, and avocado ($6.49), or a 7-inch cheese pizza ($4.49).
The Deli Downtown
The Deli Downtown keeps it simple. They serve comforting American cuisine of baked-daily bagels, as well as inventive sandwiches made with tangy balsamic dressing, fresh mozzarella, smoked turkey, and homemade focaccia bread. An air of nostalgia permeates the restaurant, with its chessboard linoleum floors, silver-and-vinyl soda-fountain stools, and red-neon accents. The savory smells of toasted reuben and turkey-club sandwiches fill the remaining air as chefs labor at the panini press. For those who refuse to conform, diners can plot out their meal to perfect specificity with the build-your-own-sandwich menu.
“Great food and a good value”
“Wonderful food! Loved it! Workers were very friendly and helpful! Definatly would go back again when in Cortland!!”
“My wife and I eat at the Deli Downtown frequently. Their sandwiches are always delicious, fresh and big. Friendly staff. We order full sandwiches so we'll have...”
“My wife and I eat at the Deli Downtown frequently. Their sandwiches are always delicious, fresh and big. Friendly staff. We order full sandwiches so we'll have leftovers for the next day. My favorite is "The Manhattan." Soups usually good too. Love the potato and macaroni salad sides.”