Gimme Some Matzo Ball Soup!

Today’s feature neighborhood at CoupMe is Brookline, and other than the beautiful houses, antique shops and community feel the town gives off, the first thing that comes to mind for us is some good ol’ Matzo Ball Soup. That’s right…hot, tasty homemade Matzo Ball Soup. You can’t deny that Brookline is home to some of the best Jewish delis in the Boston area, serving up food that simply hits the spot…every single time. That’s why CoupMe made it a point to do a little research and guide you to all the best delis in town. Enjoy, and eat up!

Rubin’s Kosher Deli: Rubin’s has been one of CoupMe’s favorites for some time now. Located right on Harvard St., it’s convenient and easy to get to. Famous for its “New York style deli” feel, nothing beats their hot pastrami sandwiches, homemade soups (yes, they have Matzo Ball) and out-of-this-world deli platters. Oh, and did we mention with today’s CoupMe you can score $25 worth of food at everyone’s favorite deli for only $10.

Zaftigs Delicatessen: Zaftigs wants to be your “Jewish mother,” so let them. I think you’ll like what you see (and eat) once you step inside. But you definitely won’t find your traditional eats here. In fact, Zaftigs is famous for its original, non-Kosher dishes like their cheddar-apple omelets and banana stuffed French Toast. In fact, they serve breakfast all day long, and won’t judge you the least bit if you want breakfast for dinner. Told you Zaftigs is anything but ordinary! But don’t worry, they also serve up the traditional potato pancakes, Noodle Kugel and stuffed cabbages.

Michael’s Deli: Known as “The Corned Beef King,” this New York Deli is a must in Brookline. If you’re a sucker for corned beef, this is your kind of place. Order the “Corned Beef Reuben” topped with Swiss cheese, Sauerkraut, and Russian dressing on Pumpernickel. Another favorite is “Michael’s Choice” with roast beef and beef brisket with Horseradish sauce on toasted bread of choice.

Kupel’s Bakery: Take a stroll down Harvard Street and you’ll be graced by Kupel’s Bakery, a kosher bakery voted “the Best Bagels in Boston.” This is definitely the place to buy all your bagels from Whole Wheat Raisin to Onion Sesame. Top your bagels with a variety of their cream cheese selection including garlic & herb, dill, honey walnut and veggie. If pastries make your heart melt, you must check out their special pastry menu with a variety of danishes, strudel, and muffins.

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