Kurtz’s Pub & Deli

Delicatessen | German | Sandwich Shop | Tavern
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Kurtz’s is a German-style delicatessen where you can count on excellent sandwiches and great imported beers and ales on tap.

What to Eat
Kurtz’s Pub & Deli, Corned Beef Sandwich
Corned Beef Sandwich
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Corned Beef Sandwich Plate, with potato salad. New York brisket for real flavor, trimmed lean, on light rye. Great with "Kurtz's Sauce": a mayo and horseradish blend.
Kurtz’s Pub & Deli, New Yorker Sandwich
New Yorker Sandwich
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New Yorker Sandwich with potato salad. Kurtz's excellent roast beef is topped with a slice of Monterey Jack and creamy coleslaw. Served on light rye.
Kurtz’s Pub & Deli, Black Forest Sandwich
Black Forest Sandwich
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Black Forest Sandwich with potato salad. Roast beef and turkey with Thousand Island dressing and melted Swiss on toasted light rye.
Hacker-Pschorr Draft Beer
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Kurtz’s Pub & Deli, Roll Braten
Roll Braten
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Roll Braten and potato salad with pickle. Roast pork loin served hot on French bread with steamed onions. This is the owner Jim's personal favorite. My favorite as well. Awesome! A real slice of Germany.
Information
Price
$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Alcohol Served
Yes
Outdoor Seating
No

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