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The Infamous Ella’s Deli ???? Funky, Wacky, and a little bit tacky – this Ice Cream Parlor and Diner is a must visit if you are visiting Madison WI! From carousels, robots, to even flying monkeys – this fun filled atmosphere is filled to the brim with animated toys and contraptions. Even the tables have toys and games inside them. Maybe one of the wackiest and coolest places on earth. #ellasdeli #diner #deli #weirdwisconsin #madison #explorewisconsin #explore #wisconsin #travelwithkids #toddler #littlekidnyc
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Round of Reubens #benjisdeli #milwaukee @allisonrutberg
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Bagel and lox be callin my name.????
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Since 1954, Protzel’s has been St. Louis’s go-to for corned beef and brisket. No good deli would be complete without a few secret recipes, and Protzel’s is no exception — their corned beef recipe is a secret, which was passed to them from a retired deli man in the 1950s. Another thing that sets Protzel’s apart is their vast array of fresh breads, sweets and packaged foods for sale. According to David Sax, of SavetheDeli.com, “The food’s great, especially the corned beef, which is always served cold,” because St. Louis, unlike most places, is a “cold corned beef town.”
Pronounced: KOH-sher, Origin: Hebrew, adhering to kashrut, the traditional Jewish dietary laws.