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Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt

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8317 Grubb Rd (at at Blain Dr)
Silver Spring, MD 20910
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(301) 587-1427
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Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD
Parkway Delicatessen & Rstrnt - Silver Spring, MD

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The food, atmosphere, and clientele exude homey comfort. I feel at home in this place and have never left disappointed with the service, food, or prices.

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great customer service and food 9/21/2010

I want to give props to Parkway for their service this past weekend. My parents were visiting and my Mom is physically disabled. Because they have 2 lines to go through before being seated during peak hours I asked if Mom could stay seated out in the store until a table was ready. The hostess did one better and found us a table immediately. I don't know if we moved ahead of others in line for our size table and although I didn't ask for the special treatment, it meant so much that the hostess saw the issue and helped out my Mom. The food here is always good as is the service, but this time it was extra special. Thank you Parkway! more

Even a Goy Will Love this Spot 4/9/2010

The food, atmosphere, and clientele exude homey comfort. I feel at home in this place and have never left disappointed with the service, food, or prices. more

In the mood for traditional deli fare?? 4/28/2008

Well, this is the place! Fantastic Matzo Ball and Chicken Noodle soup. Just what you need when you are... more

In the mood for traditional deli fare?? 4/28/2008

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Well, this is the place! Fantastic Matzo Ball and Chicken Noodle soup. Just what you need when you are under the weather or in the mood for a hear... more

Editorial review from washingtonpost.com 2/12/2008

In 45 years, three generations of the Gurewitz family have operated their small Jewish deli, which is off the beaten path. Despite the location and regardless of the windowless dining room, folks line up on weekends for the generous breakfast specials, the king-size sandwiches and the friendly atmosphere. "We're a big part of a lot of people's lives, a little neighborhood place you can zip into," says manager Danny Gurewitz, 36, whose grandfather opened Parkway in 1963. "Regulars come in two, three times a day." We'll be back for the fully loaded Reuben Grill sandwich ($7.99), a whopping classic with a half-pound of lean, house-made corned beef, melted Swiss cheese and a mellow Russian dressing on rye bread. Another hefty handful is the Delight ($7.99), a half-pound of delicious pastrami (also house-made), melted Muenster, coleslaw and Russian dressing, grilled on pumpernickel. Two vegetable side dishes are standouts. Sweet potato puree (eight ounces, $2.45) is a treat: not excessively sugary and with a distinctive vanilla note. Chopped spinach (eight ounces, $2.55) is straightforward in a good way, with a hint of onion. In recent years, Gurewitz, who is a vegetarian, has "gotten rid of some of the old Jewish stuff," such as smoked trout, which he says few customers ordered. He has added a falafel platter ($6.55, with french fries) and a veggie wrap ($6.55, with chips and salsa) to appeal to Parkway's increasingly diverse clientele. Still, year after year, matzo ball soup ($5.55 per quart) continues to be the most popular item on the menu, thanks, no doubt, to a pleasantly mild broth and generous quantities of tender chicken and vegetables. (The matzo balls weren't the best we've ever had, with one taster comparing them to sawdust.) Jewish delis rise and fall on the integrity of their chopped liver, though, and because the one here ($6.99 per pound) is not overly processed, with a comforting sweetness, Parkway surely will live on. -- Walter Nicholls (Feb. 13, 2008) more
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  • Hours:

    Sun 7 am-9:30 pm; Mon-Wed 8 am-9:30 pm; Thu-Fri 8 am-10 pm; Sat 7 am-10 pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Silver Spring

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