Note: Since publication, LEO The Delicatessen has closed its doors.
LEO’s is your place to get a good sandwich or bowl of soup. Named after ‘lox, eggs and onions,’ this place serves up a good New York City Jewish Deli feast.
With spacious old wood floors, roomy leather booths, and neat black and white pictures this place is a delightful find.
We suggest the Pastrami On Rye and the Hot Corned Beef with a bowl of their fine Chili.
Quiet and relaxed, this place is perfect for lunch although a little bit pricey at $9 if you choose to order a whole sandwich (which is normally huge by the way). If you want to spend about $5-6 ask for a half-sandwich and soup which is plenty by most standards.
They’ve got a great assortment of pickled vegetables they place in the center of your table while you wait for your food, they’re delicious!
How much? Moderate. Two people with drinks for lunch you can expect to get out the door for around $30.
Where? Located just north of Chaparral Rd on Scottsdale Rd. 5101 North Scottsdale Road
Atmosphere? New York Deli (we’re talking fine deli)
When? Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Reviewer: Chris Tingom