Best Deli restaurants nearby. Discover the best Deli food in Kittery. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Deli restaurants near you.. Sitting at the southernmost corner of Maine, Kittery is a charming small town and one of the most historic communities in the state. First settled in 1623, Kittery features some of the oldest architecture in Maine, including the John Bray House, built back in 1662. Nearby Fort McClary has been guarding the entrance to the Piscataqua River for over 275 years, having been manned through five wars. Another nearby attraction is York's Wild Kingdom, the state's largest zoo and amusement park.
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4 based on 88 reviews
A great breakfast spot. Specials every day that are creative. For example today I had a shaved steak and grilled peppers omelet - outstanding. I give this a high rating because, while it is certainly not fine dining, it is an excellent breakfast spot for those looking for a first-class American breakfast - served quickly and with very good value. If, like me, you are a breakfast guy, this place is a must.
4 based on 62 reviews
Needed to pick up sandwiches in Kittery/Eliot and not super familiar w/ the deli & sandwich scene. Saw Carl's on Yelp so decided to give it a try. WOW - so great. The staff is super nice & the dealt with the crazy crowds pouring in through the door in a very organized manner. The layout of the place is a little awkward after you've ordered - I didn't know quite where to stand while waiting for my sandwiches. I ordered a Rachel which wasn't on the menu but they happily made. Everyone else devoured their sandwiches as well. Looking forward to a return trip for sure.
4 based on 100 reviews
The Kitchen is an amazing sandwich shop in Portsmouth. It is located away from the hustle and bustle downtown but still in a great location. I haven't been here in a couple of years but we went today because I missed their sandwich location.They have renovated their restaurant within the past couple of years and the new additions make it look much more inviting and less like a dive bar. Although a smaller restaurant it still felt very roomy on a Sunday afternoon. My fiance ordered both the Kitchen Mary and the Bayou Bloody. Both were strong and seasoned well. I also ordered the Trash-mosa which was delicious and helped me relax after a long week. The bartending crew does a great job.The sandwiches are the highlight of this restaurant. While they have other options, their sandwich recipes are to die for. I especially love the Curry Turkey, Chicken Salad & the Roasted Veggie Wrap. The portions are large and affordable for the area. Another great option on the menu are the spudsters which I try and order everytime I get the chance to dine here. They are basically a fried mashed potato ball with different options of seasonings and dipping sauces. I suggest the creole seasoning with red pepper dipping sauce.This restaurant has great service, atmosphere and food. I would suggest this for anyone wanting a tasty and filling sandwich.
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