Cecil's Delicatessen & Bakery

Row 1

651 Cleveland Ave S (at W Scheffer Ave)
Saint Paul, MN 55116
(651) 698-0334
Deli / Bodega, Bakery
$ $
Mon–Sun: 9:00 AM–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Can't go wrong with the Reuben! Coleslaw is amazing too.
  • If you can handle grease the corned beef hash is the truth.
  • The caraway rye is excellent here and it's a must have for making grilled Reubens at home. Corned beef sliced so thin that on windy days it can frequently be seen blowing over the nearby Ford bridge.
  • Russian Reuben. All you need to know.
  • http://www.cecilsdeli.com
  • Pastrami and shmear will send you straight to Yahweh.
  • This is my very first stop when I come to Minnesota. The Sasha on a toasted kaiser roll is delish! Try the hammentashins.
  • Best Reuben I've had in the Twin Cities, and I love Reubens.
  • Fantastic place. Lean corn beef on dark rye. Last delicatessen in Minnesota. Reminded me of my Chicago days. A must place.
  • The Reuben is probably the best in the Cities. The coleslaw is outstanding.
  • Cecil's Salad is the best. They also have the best Sweet and Sour Cabbage soup in town.
  • nice size sandwiches. good service. must get the cole slaw!
  • The Chopped Liver
  • Great deli with "to go" in front and table service in the back. Matzoh ball soup + half hot pastrami on rye was a perfect lunch.
  • Hot dogs...but they're expensive.
  • A historical spot in St. Paul. The Russian Reuben is the way to go
  • The Shayna is beyond delicious
  • My fave is the Sasha! YUM!!
  • Fries are now $1 extra. Still a deal.
  • The Monte Cohen and Cecil's salad are my family's favorites.