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The Satmar Hasidic delicatessen Gottlieb's, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, N.Y.
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Why I Want to Save the Deli
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Canter's Delicatessen , Los Angeles, Calif.

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Why I Want to Save the Deli
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Michael Weiss with his fresh baked challah. Weiss Bakery and Delicatessen, Henderson, Nev.

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Anat Goldman and a mushroom knish. Goldman's Delicatessen, Scottsdale, Ariz.

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Morty and Mel Krupin. Morty's , Washington, D.C.
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Ziggy "Deli Maven" Gruber. Kenny and Ziggy's , Houston, Tex.

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Arnie London, former owner of Arnie and Richie's, two years before his son sold the deli to the Roaster's and Toaster's chain. Miami Beach, Fla.

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Why I Want to Save the Deli
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Florida's Rascal House, a year before it closed. Sunny Isles, Fla.

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Rose Guttman, former Detroit deli owner and now part-time cook, with her matzo ball. Tony's Embers Deli, Orchard Lake, Mich.
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Brad Rubin outside his Eleven City Diner , Chicago, Ill.
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Herb Fingerhut, fourth generation baker, with a bounty. Kaufman's Bakery and Deli , Skokie, Ill.

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Why I Want to Save the Deli
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Jarret "Jimmy" Eggers with a side of his own smoked salmon. Jimmy and Drew's 28th Street Delicatessen , Boulder, Col.

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Why I Want to Save the Deli
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Owner Robby Morgenstein and a bowl of his matzo ball soup, at Miller's East Coast West Delicatessen , San Francisco, Calif.

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Danny the bartender, pouring drinks in the Kibitz Room , part of Canter's Delicatessen, Los Angeles, Calif.

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Jeremy Lebewohl, handing out chopped liver, in front of his 2nd Ave Deli , New York, N.Y. Learn more here .

David Sax visits delis across the United States, as he explains
Why I Want to Save the Deli