Monthly Archives: May 2018

Decadent, off-kilter treats at Nani’s Dough perfect for National Doughnut Day and Month

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THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS CLOSED   Nani Edry produces enormous, imaginative, albeit pricey, doughnuts at his Delray Beach shop   Forget Dunkin’ Donuts for National Doughnut Day, June 1 — and for any other day. If you’re in or around Delray Beach Nani’s Dough is the place to go. A three-year-old operation, located for the past […]

A taste of Philadelphia, inside a gas station

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CLOSED Sorry Big Al. I’ve found a new place to get my Philadelphia cheesesteak fix: Direct from Philly, in Deerfield Beach. Until recently, Big Al’s Steaks on Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach was the only place that I knew where you could find something that resembled a Philadelphia cheesesteak in or near Delray Beach, but […]

V&S, a New York-style Italian deli, offers crusty subs with line-out-the-door popularity

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From the moment we entered the doors for the first time of V&S Italian Deli in Boca Raton more than four years ago, my wife was is trouble. The pungent aromas of aged Italian cheeses, spicy meats and pickled peppers overwhelmed her delicate nasal receptors. For me there was no better sign that V&S was […]