Just tried this new deli for lunch, and first impressions were favorable. I ordered the 'famous pastrami' (how could it be famous already??? They just opened!!), and it was very good. Nice quality pastrami, lean with a good pepper crust, very flavorful coleslaw, and not too much slaw as to make the bread soggy, thousand island dressing that I think was home made, as it was nice and smooth and didn't taste chemically served on some very fresh white rye bread.
The only downside was the price, as the sandwich came to $10.45 with tax, no chips, no drink. I did get a pickle, which was a perfectly fine specimin (I HATE bad pickles), but nothing extraordinary. I would recomend it to someone who had deep pockets, as it was a really tasty sandwich, just a bit out of my price range.