Zingerman’s Deli Comes Right to Your Door!

Order a few hot sandwiches & sides, some hand-sliced meat & cheese, fine olive oils, tinned fish, bread & pastries — or anything else you might need. We will deliver it all locally in the Ann Arbor area for only $5.00! To order call: 734-663-3354

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Salami Sandwich

Sandwich of the Month:

Scott's Super Hero

Professor Hershovitz carefully combined each ingredient, in specific proportion to create a sandwich, well grounded in his love for classic Italian fare. He has paired pepperoni with hot soppressata, rich with red pepper, and cloaked them both with provolone cheese. Accompanied by olive oil and red wine vinegar, slices of sharp red onion, crisp lettuce, fresh tomato and roasted fiery New Mexico green chiles. Served on warm, double baked sourdough bread. $16.99/each
Plate of Jewish foods

Plate of the Month:

Notably Noshable Platter

Available daily starting at 11am
Sample an array of traditional Jewish deli favorites. Enjoy hand cut slices of slow cooked, tender beef brisket topped with a zesty horseradish cream sauce, partnered with a piece of heated noodle kugel, a thick slice of challah and your choice of piping hot baked knish (choose from: potato, chicken, kasha or pastrami).

When placing your order, please inform us if you have a food allergy. We want to make sure our product is tasty and safe for you to consume! Need to know more about any ingredients... just call us 734-663-3354

Call ahead and ask for curbside service. No need to park, we’ll run your order to your car when you arrive, 734-663-3354.

Why A Sandwich Costs What It Does

One of the unwritten rules of the restaurant business is: Never do anything to bring attention to prices. Unless, of course, they’re really low. Standard wisdom goes that the less you talk about them, the better.

At Zingerman’s, however, we’ve broken all sorts of other rules, so we figured, let’s dump this one, too. We thought we’d take a few minutes to explain why a sandwich costs what it costs.

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