New in Scottsdale: City Market Deli
City Market Deli opened yesterday at SkySong in south Scottsdale.
Build-your-own omelets, breakfast burritos and sandwiches round out the breakfast menu along with a variety of Starbucks coffee drinks and teas.
Lunch is really where this new restaurant could excel, because, for the most part, the SkySong area is seriously lacking in fast, quality lunch spots.
The biggest downfall might be the price, $7.49 for a sandwich and $8.99 for a combo. But the sandwiches sound good, with options like the Liberty Bell with shaved rib-eye steak, roasted peppers,onions and provolone cheese stuffed into a sub roll and baked; the New Yorker, which is a classic reuben; or the Motor City Meatball with homemade meatballs and marinara sauce.
The deli also has a variety of salads, wraps, burgers and hot dogs - all in the $6 to $8 range. We've tried the Garden Fresh Wrap, which is just a bunch of vegetables with cheese and hummus in a spinach tortilla. While not very unique, it'll definitely fill you up.
This is the third City Market Deli to open in the Phoenix area by way of Detroit.
The newest City Market Deli is at 1375 N. Scottsdale Rd. in Scottsdale, (480) 675-7777.
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