Located off Route 66 and Lewis Ave. sits your new favorite sandwich shop, Gambill’s Jewish Deli and Wine Bar. With an emphasis on dry-cured pastrami and oven-baked brisket, Gambill’s sandwiches are heftily stacked with meats and toppings on either seedless Jewish rye or club bread. Along with your larger-than-life sandwich comes house-made half sour pickles and kettle chips.
There are three house sandwiches on the menu, and you can’t go wrong with any of them. The Pauli, named after owner Hunter Stone Gambill’s mother, features brisket, horseradish mayonnaise and smoked provolone on club bread. The Pistol features dry-cured pastrami, house-made spicy mustard, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut on seedless Jewish rye. The Hunter is a reuben with pastrami, Russian dressing, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut on rye.
In addition to the tasty sandwiches, Gambill’s has a robust wine list, offering wines by the glass, or flights if you’re feeling indecisive. The restaurant also boasts a full Spanish espresso bar for a pick-me-up after your heavy (but delicious) meal!