Man, I’m such a sucker for a good pastrami sandwich. I posted a giveaway for one of my pastrami sandwich spots today and thought this was a grand time to tell you about three sweet spots where you can get housemade pastrami in the Triangle!
Old North Meats at the Durham Food Hall
The pastrami sandwich from Old North Meats in the Durham Food Hall is just *chef’s kiss*. Get it with pickle-flavored chips! Visit Old North Meats for a made-to-order sandwich or check out what delicious house made charcuterie, local artisan cheese, and prepared foods they have in their case!
Old North Meats
530 Foster St Suite 1, Durham, NC 27701
Mookie’s New York Deli in Cary
Mookie’s New York Deli DOES NOT SKIMP on their meat. Pictured is the petite size. Here’s the full-size sandwich. And if that’s still not enough for you, you’re crazy, but they have an EMPIRE size too. I love getting the Reubens here. You can choose to have a couple of different meats. I’ve gone half pastrami and half corned beef. I worked my way through their menu some and am obsessed with their loaded latkes, the pastrami egg rolls, and the chopped liver dip. Their cheesecake was also a great weekend treat for us!
♥ If you are reading this post before February 11, 2021, you can enter my Mookie’s $50 dollar giveaway on my Instagram! ♥
Mookie’s New York Deli
1010 Tryon Village Dr Suite 705, Cary, NC 27518
Neal’s Deli in Carrboro
How lucky am I to live within walking distance from this well-respected and quaint deli in Carrboro, North Carolina? Neal’s Deli makes their own pastrami and corned beef. Both Sugarface and I both get the Pastrami Reubens with Zapp’s chips when we grab lunch here. And when Sugarface’s mom is in town, I pick up fresh biscuits from Neal’s in the morning so she can make her biscuits and gravy.
100 East Main Street, Carrboro, N.C. 27510
And that concludes my top 3 list of pastrami spots in the Triangle! As always, I’ll update this list as I eat my way through the area. If you want more sandwich triangle content, check out my Best Sandwich Guide to the Triangle!
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