Cecil's Delicatessen & Bakery

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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.
  • 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.
  • Best Reuben's around!
  • Great Jewish deli! The Abba was so delicious. Get the sweet and sour slaw!
  • Russian Reuben
  • Amazing homemade thousand island dressing & therefore ruebens
  • I've been spoiled all my life having great Deli right in St. Paul! You wouldn't think it was that hard, but it must be, because very few have tried, and only Cecil's and Crossroads have succeeded!

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