Lunch at Broders’ Deli


A snowy winter afternoon can be transformed by a leisurely lunch, especially when it is at Broders’ Deli, the Cucina Italiana.

The neighborhood deli in Minneapolis features fresh pasta, sauces, baked goods, Italian groceries and pastries, deli items  and so much more – all of the food is available for carryout. The Husband and I ate our lunch in their small dining area and enjoyed every bite.

risotto cake
Seasonal Risotto Cake (vegetarian)

Cream sauces are The Husband’s favorite, so they recommended that he build his own pasta. He loved their fettucini noodles with alfredo sauce served with roasted chicken:
alfredo pasta

I ordered off the menu and tried the Vegetarian Stromboli – rolled pizza dough stuffed with potato, tomato, spinach, artichokes and gorgonzola cheese with sauce for dipping:
vegetarian stromboli

We couldn’t decide on a dessert to share, so we got two! Both were delicious, but each liked our own best.

The Husband’s sweet Panettone Bread Pudding:
Panettone bread pudding

My creamy Marscapone Puff:
marscapone puff

Broders’ Deli is open daily, check their site for details.
2308 West 50th Street*
Minneapolis, MN

* near the intersection of West 50th Stree and Penn Avenue South

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