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Delis

October 26, 2005, 12:00 am
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BACK STREET BISTRO
513 Camino de los Marquez, 982-3500
So much soup, so little time. $

BAGELMANIA
420 Catron St., 982-8900
Tuna melt on rye, extra pickles please. $

CAFÉ DES ARTISTES
223-B Canyon Road, 820-2535
Bring your own sketchpad. $

***image1***CAFÉ PINK
410 Old Santa Fe Trail, 983-0141
We dream about the beignets. $

CARLOS' GOSP'L CAFÉ
418 Cerrillos Rd. Design Center. 983-1841
Gertrude Stein would have liked the sandwich named in her honor. $

CHOCOLATE MAVEN
821 W San Mateo Road, Ste. C, 984-1980
Scrumptious brunch, happy lunch, euphoric brownies. $

COUNTER CULTURE
930 Baca St., 995-1105
SFR's 1999-2000 Restaurant of the Year now has dinner. $-$$

DELECTABLES
720 St. Michael's Drive, Ste. 2-M, 438-8152
Save room for the homemade ice cream. $

FOUR AND TWENTY BLACKBIRDS
620 Old Santa Fe Trail, 983-7676
A tuna sandwich like no other. $

HISTORIC ROUTE 66 SANDWICH SHOP
2430 Cerrillos Road, 424-9728
Reubens and an Internet café. $

MUCHO GOURMET SANDWICH SHOPPE
1711-G Llano St., 473-7703
Great deli-style lunch. $

NEW YORK DELI
4056 Cerrillos Road, 424-1200
The south side loves its deli. $

RAMBLIN' CAFÉ
1420 Second St., 989-1272
A popular joint in a happening neighborhood. $

SOUPER SALAD
2428 Cerrillos Road, 473-1211
A salad bar with many choices. $

 

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