1. Buena Vista Deli
Buena Vista Deli supplies the Design District with French-style gourmet salads, sandwiches, soups and more. Here you can enjoy the traditional deli sandwich staples like turkey and roast beef or go innovative with roasted pork or homemade duck pate. Don’t forget dessert—pastries like chocolate éclairs are homemade.
4590 NE 2nd Avenue
2. Epicure Market
The deli at Epicure Market is always stocked with fresh meats, fish and cheeses. Build your own sandwich and be sure to order a side of one of their house-made salads (potato, chicken, egg, tuna and many more). Fan favorite? The chopped liver—made fresh daily.
South Beach and Sunny Isles Beach locations
3. Roasters’ N Toasters
Roasters’ N Toasters brings the New York-deli style to Miami. Their extensive menu features everything from bagels to brisket, with a variety of sandwiches and matzo ball soup in between.
For an on-trend approach to deli lunching, visit the stylish downtown establishment Perricone’s. The Italian restaurant features an extensive deli marketplace as well as a lunch menu featuring gourmet sandwiches.
15 SE 10th Street
5. Jerry's Famous Deli
Jerry’s Famous Deli is a South Beach’s staple and a traditional deli. Here you can always count on great, fresh food 24 hours a day.
1450 Collins Avenue