Flanked by shelves filled with jars of pickled onions and bottles of spicy mustard, Wade Jaskiewicz is shaving down a hot slab of corned beef at Attman’s Delicatessen on a Wednesday afternoon, layering the thin slices on a scale until it tips two pounds. His baseball cap is embroidered with what will be the final product — a sandwich — that his T-shirt promises will melt in your mouth.
The next time you’re thinking of going out for lunch, head to one of the following locations and fall in love with the sandwich all over again.
When Marvin D. Pinkert tells friends from the area about his new job as executive director of the Jewish Museum of Maryland, he says they often ask, “When are they building a Jewish Museum in Baltimore?” or sometimes, “There’s a museum by Attman’s Deli?”
The Ravens fell just short of the Super Bowl, so Sunday will be a rough day for many fans, but for some Baltimore businesses it’s a different story.
Are you looking for the best deli in Maryland? Try Attman’s Delicatessen, Edmart Deli, Lenny’s Delicatessen, Rosina Gourtmet or Trattoria Annamaria Italian Deli.