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Goodman’s Jewish Deli

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Meshugah fries at Goodman's Deli in Santa Rosa

Meshugah fries at Goodman’s Deli in Santa Rosa

One word: Meshugah Fries. Okay that’s two. But when a potato is cooked in schmaltz, fried, covered in Russian dressing, sauerkraut, cheese curds and bits of pastrami, BiteClub tends to get a little, well, mashugana (meaning crazy in Yiddish).

We mentioned a couple weeks ago that local chefs Les and Tara Goodman of Adafina Culinary were planning an authentic Jewish deli at the West End Farm Market (Sundays from 10a.m. to 2p.m. at 817 Donahue, Santa Rosa), but that’s not the half of it.

Goodman’s Jewish Deli is a little bit of NYC in Wine Country with chocolate egg creams, celery soda (a new one for me, but interesting), homemade pastrami, chocolate babka, matzoh ball soup and the aforementioned Meshugah fries. The menu will change up weekly, so go with the flow. But we hear there might be some Sephardic hash and salmon schmear. And (sigh) Montreal-style bagels in the future!

  • Matzoh Ball Soup from Goodman's Jewish Deli in Santa Rosa at the Sunday West End Farmer's Market
  • Reuben sandwich from Goodman's Jewish Deli in Santa Rosa at the Sunday West End Farmer's Market
  • Reuben sandwich from Goodman's Jewish Deli in Santa Rosa at the Sunday West End Farmer's Market
  • Reuben sandwich from Goodman's Jewish Deli in Santa Rosa at the Sunday West End Farmer's Market
  • Celery Soda from Goodman's Jewish Deli in Santa Rosa at the Sunday West End Farmer's Market
  • Goodman's Jewish Deli in Santa Rosa at the Sunday West End Farmer's Market

 

 

3 Responses

  1. serena April 5, 2014 at 12:27 am #

    Glad to see you’re promoting religious harmony by putting Goodman’s Jewish Deli and the Naked Pig in the same paragraph. Made me smile.

  2. Junior March 29, 2014 at 10:23 am #

    Reuben and meshugah fries for $25?

    Are you kidding me? That’s more than some of our fine dining establishments, and this is at a farmers market… It looks good, I’d like to try it if it was semi-affordable, but that is way too expensive for a sandwich and fries, not even including a drink or a side….they even charge for a kosher pickle? Wow

    • M April 7, 2014 at 3:54 pm #

      I was thinking the same thing. Also, they spelled Reuben wrong. Yeesh.

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