Weinberger’s Deli

We finally made it out to Weinberger’s Deli to have a sandwich.  Now, you would think we would have visited long before this.  Weinberger’s has been on Main Street as long as we’ve lived in Grapevine and we have thought about trying them many times.  However, it always seemed to be in the evening and for some reason they are open only until 7 – we rarely make it out for dinner on a weeknight until after that due to long commutes.   (Incidentally, this would be my only complaint about Weinberger’s.  Either be a lunch place and close midafternoon, or be a dinner place and close no earlier than 9.  Closing at 7 p.m. seems a bit strange).

Now that we have partaken of their sandwiches, though, we will definitely be back.  They have great deli sandwiches with a large side of attitude.  It’s too funny.  It’s not quite Dick’s Last Resort, but you’ll definitely get a little snark and be welcomed to give some back. 

We decided on the “Mark Cuban” (traditional Cuban sandwich with pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard on crusty bread) and the muffaletta.  We also went with a side of the macaroni salad which was highly recommended.  Both sandwiches were very tasty and were a good serving size.  Honestly we could have shared one, but the leftovers made for a great lunch the next day.  Most of their sandwiches have funny names like the Mark Cuban and I’m excited to return and try another.  I actually had a hard time deciding what to order.

Weinberger’s does not have a website, but they do have a Facebook page, although it seems a little dead.  Weinberger’s, if you are listening, I recommend you dust off the page and definitely consider a website where you can post the imaginative menus.  

All in all, definitely a great addition to the downtown sandwich scene.

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