Olive green booths bring color to the neutral-toned walls. Miniscule pigeon statues line the banquettes, adding an urban touch to the atmosphere. The open kitchen allows guests to watch as chefs prepare their meals. Classic black and white checkered tiles complete the modern diner look.
Palm Avenue Deli serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Ethnic dishes like latkes and couscous are available. The pastrami sandwich, corned beef hash and their variety of bagels have quickly risen to the top of the menu as fan favorites according to online reviews.
While most new establishments need time to adjust, Palm Avenue Deli began racking up the positive customer reviews from day one. They’ve earned 4.3 stars out of 5 on Facebook and 4.6 stars out of 5 on Google Reviews. Customers are happy with all aspects of the dining experience, from decor, to service to taste of food. Palm Avenue Deli describes the experience on its website as “an irresistible fusion of flavors and feelings.”
Other Jewish Delis in Sarasota include the currently operating Mashugana and The Original Wolfie’s & Rascal House, which is scheduled to begin serving customers by the end of the month. Palm Avenue Deli is open daily from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Find their full menu on the official website.