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Jewish Deli Rolls in Berkeley

Posted by Patricia Borns  July 10, 2011 08:14 AM

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Wow. Saul Deli exec chef Peter Levitt is taking to the Berkeley streets with a sustainably correct deli menu of corned beef on challah roll, potato latke, chicken matzoh ball soup, sweet peach and brandied prune kugela and more. The bites are priced for thrift at $2-$4. Levitt will be cooking at the Off the Grid street food event in Berkeley which recently had its soft launch. An estimated 2,000 eaters attended, cleaning out some of the trucks. Food trucks being huge investments, Levitt will be cooking from Off the Grid’s own truck, which allows chefs to test-run the experience of operating a food truck. Berekely’s Off The Grid street food parties take place at Shattuck Ave. and Rose St. on Wednesdays. Keep up with them on the Berkeley Off The Grid Facebook page.

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