Looking for a hot pastrami on rye that brings back the Miami of yesteryear, when New York-style delis were as common as Pollo Tropical franchises? Then Roasters' n Toasters - which has been satisfying all of Pinecrest's mustard-smothered, pickle-garnished cravings since 1984 - is your spot. During breakfast, the aroma of freshly brewed lattes and cappuccinos hit your nose as you mull a variety of deli staples such as smoked fish platters with Nova lox and whitefish. For lunch, try the West Side Story: a baked knish stacked with a generous mound of pastrami and corned beef and then smothered with hot sauerkraut and melted Swiss cheese ($13.95). Or get the turkey Reuben ($11.95), which is as comforting as a bowl of matzo ball soup. And if Jewish soul food ain't your thing, Chef Pedro's got you covered with his famous chicken quesadillas ($9.95) or a Philly cheese steak ($10.95) tasty and large enough to make a gentile utter, "Oy vey!"
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