Deli & More

author/source: Lyvia Feraco

Mamaleh’s Delicatessen

Mamaleh's: a Yiddish word which is a term of endearment for a young child.  Also a modern era Jewish Delicatessen in Kendall Square, Cambridge opened in Summer 2016.

I had a fattoush salad, a pastrami sandwich, and a special ginger and lemon mocktail made just for me.

I couldn’t describe my experience at Mamaleh’s better than its website, “Delicatessen smells, tastes and even the word itself may put a smile on your face.  We hope when you walk through our front doors that your smile widens, your nostrils flare, and you sidle up to a counter stool or sink into a booth and sink your teeth into a hand sliced pastrami sandwich, half-sour pickle, warming matzah ball soup or a beautiful fresh take on a deli salad. We welcome you to join us for a quick meal or a nosh, an old-fashioned soda, egg cream or a milkshake. Visit with an old friend over a cocktail at the bar or make a new one.” Mamaleh’s

“At Mamaleh’s the bagels and bialys are homemade; the pastrami and brisket are brined, smoked, and roasted the old-fashioned way. “Bon Appetit!



Breakfast, lunch, dinner or Brunch, the food at this Jewish (but not Kosher) delicatessen is so good with a generous portion that you can expect a line so plan accordingly, especially Brunch time and weekends.

In a warm atmosphere with an excellent service, you are insured to have a great time. Try the bagel chips and home-made cream cheese. Enjoy a challah french toast, a Pastrami sandwich on Rye, a cup of matzo ball soup, or their daily specials.

It’s a great experience whether solo at the bar, in a couple or in a family with kids. The staff is friendly and efficient.

Commonwealth Cambridge

This hybrid restaurant-market selections evolve as seasons change. They feature local produce, New England cheeses, farm fresh eggs and dairy, house-made specialties prepared from the very best local ingredients, daily meal selections.

A place for a great experience in a relaxed and casual environment. I like to have lunch on the patio in warm weather. I recommend the Hot Pastrami Rachel and the Roast Turkey & Bacon on the Lunch Menu.

Also, keep an eye to sign up and try a cooking class hosted by Chef Nicco Muratore

Deli-And-More-Boston-CambridgeDom’s Deli

Dom’s is an Italian deli & butcher shop known for their marinated meats, sausages, burger and subs. Buy seasoned marinated meats and prepare them at home.

Don’t want to cook? No problem, order prepared dinners, hot and cold subs, wraps, burgers, salads and daily meal specials. Try their famous Dom's Original Steak tips or the buffalo chicken with home-made mac and cheese.

At Dom’s Deli, customers can eat in, take out or be delivered. They offer a variety of quality cold cuts, meats and cheeses sliced fresh to order.