With football season in full swing (at least for now), you might have occasion to gather your family together or maybe that small pod of friends that you’ve quarantined with for the last few months to watch a game. And if you’re tired of serving boring chips and dips or your brother-in-law’s famous chili and cornbread, we’ve rustled up a new idea for you: Hot pastrami bar from Miracle Mile Deli.
The local, family-owned deli will provide pastrami ($17 per person), potato salad, pickles, lettuce, tomato, mustard and mayo along with assorted cocktail rolls. The deli also provides mobile chafing dishes that are 100 percent disposable and 100 percent flameless, according to Josh Garcia, vice president of Miracle Mile Deli.
If you don’t want to go the pastrami bar route, pick up a Family Pack (prices vary) for 4-10 people that includes pastrami, corned beef or brisket, breads, coleslaw, macaroni and cheese, pickles and pie. Looking for something lighter? There are plenty of options. “Our menu is vast,” Garcia says.
Fun Facts About Miracle Mile Deli:
- Miracle Mile Deli was once named Herman’s Corned Beef Junction.
- The restaurant’s current name, Miracle Mile Deli, came from the stretch of road on McDowell from 16th Street to 24th Street that was once called Miracle Mile, according to the restaurant’s website. At that time (in the 1950s), the deli was located at 16th Street and McDowell Road.
- Miracle Mile goes through almost 4,000 lbs. of pastrami per month.