Discover Restaurants offering the best Deli food in Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States. Ann Santos (through 2019)
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4 based on 80 reviews
We went to this place just out of chance. We were searching for a place to get breakfast and couldnât find anything decent where we were staying in Woburn. It was really busy however the line moved really fast as each customer places there order. The breakfast was excellent and the portions were large! It is definitely out of the way, but well worth the trip.
5 based on 62 reviews
Had the best Italian sub there the other day--Old school, piled high with freshly sliced Italian meats (Mortadella, Capicola, Salami, etc.) and finished with olive oil, vinegar and herbs and a variety of toppings (hots, tomatoes, lettuce, pickles, etc.). Bring an appetite, because you will not be able to eat the whole sub in one sitting--great as leftovers as well!
4 based on 15 reviews
Locally owned & operated restaurant just outside downtown Wakefield. Several steps above your average diner, but inexpensive. All meals are made to order. Daily specials that change regularly. Full servicee with friendly staff. Lots of catering experience
I have visited many breakfast places, but this spot is absolutely âSquared Away!â As soon as you walk, you quickly discern that this breakfast nook is all about the veteran experience. Patriotism is the order of the dayâ¦every day. A copy of the Declaration of Independence and the Gettysburg Address are proudly displayed, along with many other veteran related symbols. But the main attraction is the âWall of Honor.â On this wall, you will find the names of Wakefield's distinguished veterans who have proudly served in our armed forces. You might not know them personally, but the spirit of the âChuck Wagonâ radiates the essence of the armed forces, which everyone gets to feel when they enter this special place; even if you are not a veteran. Roberta was busy taking everyone's order and making them feel right at home. Her welcoming attitude will undoubtedly make you feel as if you have known her for years. You really donât need a menu...just look at what everyone else is having and you will immediate say, âIâll have what they are having.â Everything looks soooâ¦good! Their homemade corned beef hash is uniquely delicious; just ask anyone sitting near you. Buddy, Anthony, and Kevin work their culinary magic as hungry patrons watch what is going on in the kitchen. Donât be surprised if Buddy comes out to chat with you and share the impressive history of the âWall of Honor,â which also includes Michael Brant, his son who served with distinction in Korea and Iraq, along with other decorated veterans from WW II, (the European theatre), Korea, Viet Nam, and Iraq, etc.What a great way to eat your morning chow. I found myself quietly saluting my fellow veterans, both alive and passed. Wakefield is known as a "Purple Heart" community. This experience left me full of pride and great food (Americana). You can find âThe Chuck Wagonâ at 61 New Salem St., in Wakefield, MA 01880. Call them if you want to learn more @ 781.451.3988. Call them early because they donât stay open all day. The Chuck Wagon also gives veterans a 10% discount. Hoorah!!!
This 'restaurant' is located to the left of an Irving gas station. It is convenient to grab a sandwich after you fill up. They typically do a good job making your sandwich, and they've always been polite.
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