“Miller’s East Coast Delicatessen Marin” Officially Opens for Business on January 4, 2012
January 5, 2011 - San Rafael, CA - East Coast transplants, and those who have dined on and still salivate at the mere mention of indescribably delicious gastronomical wonders from traditional East Coast delicatessens, have reason to rejoice. Miller’s East Coast Delicatessen, San Francisco’s only authentic East Coast Jewish delicatessen, has officially opened its second location in San Rafael as Miller’s East Coast Delicatessen Marin, in the Montecito Shopping Center, on Wednesday, January 4, 2012!
Yes, Miller’s East Coast Delicatessen heaps the finest of freshly home cooked turkey, roast and corned beef, pastrami, and roast brisket, as well as brand name deli meats, atop fresh and chewy rye bread for the best mouth-watering sandwiches west of the Mississippi. In addition, Miller’s will offer the widest variety of smoked fish - and the only establishment to offer real Belly Lox - in Northern California. But sandwiches and smoked fish are the mere tip of the iceberg to the massive menu of old world deli comfort cuisine unparalleled in its array and diversity. Sturdy hot plates, stuffed cabbage, chopped liver, kasha varnishkes, potato latkes, blintzes, knishes, freshly made salads, sauerkraut, matzo brei and matzo ball soup, crisp and tart giant pickles, rugelach (packed with nuts and sugar crystals), and an abundant array of desserts, including Black and White cookies, and, yes, even real New York bagels.
Oy vey, and those bagels… The San Francisco Chronicle states, “The bagels are dense, crusty, slightly gnarled… Boiled and partially baked in the Big Apple, Miller's finishes them off in its own ovens. And they're worth every penny.”
Chef/owner (and long-time Novato resident), Robby Morgenstein, takes his deli seriously. He’s a man with deli in his DNA; “a transplanted Baltimore/Long Island Deadhead who comes from serious deli stock (his family owns Miller’s and Attman’s in Baltimore),” states David Sax, the James Beard Award-winning author of Save The Deli. Robby’s been serving the Jewish classics to hungry locals and tourists alike since 2000 from the original Miller’s East Coast Delicatessen at 1725 Polk Street. The KQED “Check Please” Blog states, “It's as if they pulled a delicatessen from Manhattan and dropped it on Polk Street… The staff is extremely friendly and helpful, and the mood throughout the restaurant is very upbeat and enjoyable.”
The family–friendly Miller’s East Coast Delicatessen Marin is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Take-out or dine-in with seating for 80 inside and 30 on the exterior patio. Enjoy your meal with local wines and beers, perfectly paired for Miller’s menu of comfort foods and picnic meals, or enjoy an authentic Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray Soda. Miller’s Marin will also offer freshly prepared, old-fashioned deli party platters, “just the way you like them,” states Robby. “We take great care and pride in the preparation and presentation, from folding and layering each cold cut slice to the decorative ornate garnishes.”
Miller’s East Coast Delicatessen Marin is located at the west end of the Montecito Shopping Center at 421 3rd Street, San Rafael 94901, next to Rite Aid. Visit the website at: http://www.millerseastcoastdeli.com to place your order or sign up for daily lunch specials-via-email. Delivery is available. Tel: 415-453-DELI (3354). Follow Miller’s East Coast Delicatessen on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/millersdelisf - Twitter: http://twitter.com/millersecdeli and YouTube:
For more info or to arrange an interview with Robby Morgenstein, please contact Christopher Buttner at PRThatRocks.com, telephone and email address above.