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This modern Jewish Delicatessen — from the same team behind Kendall Square neighbors Café du Pays and State Park — has been satisfying locals’ cravings for high-quality deli faves since 2016. You might find office workers sitting at a counter stool for a quick bite, or local families filling booths and enjoying relaxed get-togethers. All are drawn to homemade, hand-sliced pastrami and corned beef, plus matzah ball soup and appetizing plates of kippered salmon and smoked whitefish. Drink options run the gamut from housemade celery soda and hard-to-find beers to a global assortment of fine wines, including several Israeli labels. The robust bar program — which offers the city’s largest selection of slivovitz (plum brandy) — also impresses. If you find yourself over in the Fenway, head over to Time Out Market Boston, where the Mamaleh's outpost serves a pared-down selection of house favorites.
15 Hampshire St
|Cross street:||One Kendall Sq|
|Transport:||Red Line to Kendall|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 7am-4pm; Sat-Sun 8am-4pm|