Restaurants

Deli in Concord

Concord Cheese Shop

This is a cheese shop, as it claims, with an excellent selection of imported and local cheese, as well as wine and other specialty food items. But the folks behind the counter can whip those ingredients into an amaz…
Deli in Williamstown

Pappa Charlie's Deli

Here's a welcoming breakfast spot where locals really do ask for 'the usual.' The stars themselves created the lunch sandwiches that bear their names. The Mary Tyler Moore is a favorite (bacon, lettuce, tomato and a…
Deli in Brattleboro

Brattleboro Food Co-op

The perfect place to load up your picnic basket with whole-food groceries, organic produce and local cheeses, this thriving community co-op also has a juice bar and a great deli full of healthy treats; don't miss lo…
Deli in Gloucester

Virgilio's Italian Bakery

Primarily a takeout joint, Virgilio's has excellent sandwiches and other Italian treats. Try the famous St Joseph sandwich – like an Italian sub on a fresh-baked roll. Pick one up and head down to the waterfront for…
Deli in Providence

Friends Market

This old-world-style grocery is tucked in among the trendy coffeehouses, salons and galleries of Providence's Fox Point neighborhood.
Deli in Tiverton

Provender Fine Foods

At Tiverton’s ‘Four Corners,’ you can drop in at the Provender for a hearty sandwich on fresh bread or some cookies.
Deli in Monhegan Island

Novelty

Behind Monhegan House, this general store sells sandwiches, pizza, beer and wine, as well as freshly baked goods, like whoopie pies. It's also got Monhegan's only ATM.
Deli in Downtown & Waterfront

Sam La Grassa’s

Step up to the counter and place your order for one of Sam La Grassa’s signature sandwiches, then find a spot at the crowded communal table. You won’t be disappointed by the famous Romanian pastrami or the ‘fresh fr…
Deli in Streetcar Suburbs

Michael's Deli

There are two things you need to know: corned-beef Reuben; sour pickle. That said, there are dozens of sandwiches on the menu and you really can't go wrong (but don't forget the pickle). The sammies are generously s…