Dining Tidbits

Hub 51, Café Orchid, Steve’s Deli, Mexique

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Steve’s Deli

First of all, his name’s not Steve. Seth Herkowitz has imported a restaurant run by his godparents in suburban Detroit—a traditional kosher-style Jewish deli—for the Chicago market. This means classics such as lox, smoked fish, and matzo ball soup. In case your schedule doesn’t include a trip to the East Bank Club across the street, Steve’s even has a “lite” menu and a substantial salad contingent. But thanks to the deli’s carryout component, the overstuffed hot pastrami sandwich or any other guilty indulgence can remain your tasty little
secret. Whatever you do, just don’t ask for Steve. 354 W. Hubbard St.; 312-467-6868. –Becca Milfeld

Photography: Tyllie Barbosa; Food Styling: Christina Zerkis




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