The actual best thing since sliced bread is sliced meat placed between sliced bread and then sliced in triangles and stuffed into a donut. Fill the meatless void in your life with today’s Groupon to The Posh Nosh Deli in Clayton. Choose between the following options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of deli fare for breakfast or lunch.
- For $25, you get $50 worth of party trays and boxed lunches (not valid for Long Footer sandwiches).<p>
Sandwich builders at The Posh Nosh Deli, serving Clayton since 1966, pair their menu of signature handheld fare with buckets of Chicago-style dill pickles and sauerkraut on every table. Early risers open mouths to eating and hearts to falling in love with breakfast fare such as the Nosher sandwich, their choice of bread layered with egg, cheese, and bacon, sausage, or ham ($4.50). For lunch, bready bookends embrace hot or cold slices of smoked turkey ($6.99) or the Claytonian’s hot corned beef, pastrami, and swiss cheese topped with a creamy slaw and house-made russian dressing ($8.25). Patrons balance protein-packed plates with sides such as a homemade potato knish ($2.75) or hot german potato salad ($2.25), ideal for insulating lederhosen pockets on a cold day.
With at least 24 hours notice, The Posh Nosh’s cold-cut artists can also facilitate family or business gatherings with hearty boxed lunches or party trays. Each box erases appetites with one of 20 different sandwiches, a choice of chips, and a chocolate-chip cookie ($8.75 each). The Posh Tray ($65) provides a meal for up to 10 friends or a brief distraction to one brown bear with 16 half sandwiches representing four varieties, such as roast beef and cheddar, tuna salad, or cold corned beef and swiss.
The Posh Nosh Deli
For nearly half a century, clients have been stopping into The Posh Nosh Deli to dig into hot and cold sandwiches, hot matzo-ball soup, and the buckets of pickles and kraut that top every table. Reuben sandwiches are a shop specialty with five incarnations that include the Rebecca (pastrami instead of corned beef), the veggie Reuben (sliced tomato instead of meat), and the Rachel (turkey pastrami). Those who prefer not to know their sandwich on a first-name basis can try classic roast beef, kosher beef salami, or a smoked club loaded with ham, smoked turkey, smoked gouda, and bacon. Any sandwich can be made "New York Style" by doubling the meat and then stuffing it into a giant apple.
Knowing their clients don’t always have time to stop in, The Posh Nosh Deli also delivers premade lunch boxes that pair a favorite sandwich with chips, a chocolate-chip cookie, and a deli pickle. The family-owned shop opens its doors from breakfast until late afternoon, with staff explaining the differing tastes of the meats, cheeses, and deli sides, which can be sliced by the pound or to fit any standard pants pocket.