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"You might wonder why higher costs hit delis so hard and differently than other restaurants. Kaplan's Delis in the Gold Coast were numerous at one point. Don Burton Kaplan was already known for his Hemingway's Movable Feast deli in Lincoln Park at 1825 N. was ham salad on a BLT with mayo on whole wheat toast. Levy's Deli In 1978 brothers Mark and Larry Levy invested in D. "Delis are either so good they can charge, or they have created other low-cost crave items like special French toasts, where costs are low, as opposed to surviving on to authentic deli sandwiches."Last year Levy Restaurants launched a Mrs.In "Save the Deli," Sax said, as did many other sources I spoke to for this story, the public expected high-quality smoked meat, piled mile-high but still low-priced. Lincoln Ave., with sky-scraping sandwiches plus super-thick and rich chocolate malts. Kaplan's the names got punnier, like the Lake Shore Chive, with roast beef and cream cheese with chives on black bread, and the Studs Turkey for radio journalist Studs Terkel, with beef tongue, hot turkey breast, Canadian bacon, cranberry sauce and shredded lettuce on French bread. Levy's Deli at the United Center as part of the culinary upgrade of the stadium in the Near West Side.They will make a corned beef sandwich to order, but there's a so-called Mile High Reuben () on the menu.The sandwich is lovely but relatively petite, compared with the giant deli sandwiches we've come to expect.Here he demonstrates how he makes his plain and everything artisan bagels at Kitchen Chicago (Louisa Chu / Chicago Tribune) "Why isn't there a good deli in the Gold Coast area where you can get a good corned beef or chicken soup.
Matzo ball soup is offered as a special."My dad was always one to say, 'You want to be reasonable,'" said Schulman.
"But as meat prices have gone up, labor costs have gone up, how hard is it to be profitable? Kaplan's closed in 1995, and the deli named after mama Levy closed in 2006."People go crazy for deli food," said Larry Levy via a spokesperson.
(A deli) is somewhat of an inefficient operation, and with all the costs on Oak Street today or Michigan Avenue, how do you make it work? Kaplan's, which opened on the seventh floor of the then-new Water Tower Place in 1976. When the namesake dude left soon after, the Levys brought in their mother Eadie and her family recipes to save the deli. Levy's Deli in what was then called the Sears Tower. "The biggest challenge is, despite people loving it, it has high food costs.""It's a challenge to charge enough for a really great corned beef sandwich to justify the costs, so it's hard to sustain," added Levy.
There were indeed great and big delis in the Gold Coast area.
Eli's Stage Delicatessen The most legendary of the neighborhood's delis was Eli's Stage Delicatessen, opened in 1962 at 50 E.