November 30th, 1999 12:00 am Ashley Griffin | Food Reviews & Stories


The most eye-catching element of this cozy corner deli’s decor is sassy Gretchen herself—although the short and sweet menu also attracts customers with its towering sandwiches, “sink” salads (the name refers both to their size and content, as they lack only the proverbial kitchen basin) and a rotating selection of soups ($3-$3.95) and chowders ($3.25-$4.25). Big eaters gravitate toward the Flagrant Delecti sandwich ($7.50), featuring a mound of meats, cheeses and other fixin’s piled high on a French roll and dressed with a garlic-Parmesan vinaigrette and pesto mayo. You might leave with heart disease, but you sure won’t leave hungry. (AG)

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