Josh’s Deli is not your bubbe’s deli and that’s very much on purpose. Although it’s located in historically Jewish Surfside, Josh’s almost revels in the fact that it isn’t kosher. Seriously, just look at the menu, which includes things like “The Jewban,” their pastrami-topped take on a Cuban sandwich. This place is a little absurd, but their latkes, bagels, and corned beef reuben are enough to satisfy even the most traditional deli lover in your life.
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