Charleston Bakery Deli Summerville Catering Wedding Cake

Charleston Bakery and Deli. A traditional Jewish delicatessen in Summerville SC.  Catering and delivery of special orders including Wedding Cakes available.

 
“If the divine creator has taken pains to give us delicious and exquisite
things to eat, the least we can do is prepare them well”
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We wanted to provide, without question, the best salads in the city and make it a memorable experience. If you've never experienced a chopped salad you're in for a pleasant surprise. The combinations are fabulous and we chop to the perfect eating size and toss it in the dressing of your choice. Each of the 12 salads are also available in a wrap. For the first time ever we'll be giving "Chop Chop" cards that allow you to get your 10th salad FREE. Each salad and wrap also has a calorie count for those that find that important. So what are you waiting for...let's get chopping!
Eating Never Tasted So Good.
"I'll Have That With A Schmear"
We're going to rock your dinner
world. See how we do it!
Our dinner service has become hugely popular and for good reason. We knock it out of the park. Why go out for dinner and come home with a ho-hum experience. That’s never going to happen at the CB&D.

To make dinner that more interesting and over the top we’ve added these new dishes. Texas fried steak and gravy. We tried to find a decent one within a 30 mile radius and for some reason they’re all disasters. We got that covered with pepper white gravy and sharp rough mashed horseradish potatoes. Add the famous Morton’s cream spinach and eating couldn’t get much better. Or can it? How about a Bay Cioppino, a stew bowl of fresh cod, mussels, shrimp and scallops in an angry tomato wine sauce over rice or pasta. And since
we’re getting these beautiful sea scallops in daily we then came up with the French Laundry plate. The most perfectly grilled scallops you’ve ever seen served on top of portabella and shitake mushroom risotto with truffle oil and a parmesan crisp. The Fish & Chips we just loved adding because we love a really good fried cod. Ever taste a real tartar sauce? We make it perfect for this dish. We also added 3 new mussel bowls. Coconut Curry, a French and a Moroccan style. The mussels this year are plump and sweat. The sauces for each of these mussel bowls just beg for you to tear apart our crusty hot garlic sea shell bread balls and sop up every wonderful drop. Really, it’s that good. Do check out the rest of our dinner menu and make plans for friends and family to eat with us soon. Also, if it’s your birthday your entrée is free with a party of 6 AND we can make whatever birthday cake you want because remember, we’re a real bakery. We’ll also supply the candles. Just give us a 24 hour heads up.
During the day we’re a Jewish delicatessen and bakery preserving the traditions of this old world cuisine. As the day winds along and approaches 4pm the kitchen staff begin to pack up their rolling pins, knives, aprons and chef hats and retire home only to be replaced by a group of accomplished foodmeisters who toss their yarmulke and shawls to the side and begin to furiously chop, roll, sautee, steam, grill and roast.  At 5pm sharp a small sign is placed on the entrance door noting the transformation from bakery and delicatessen to a dinner only menu. See the menu to see what we dreamed up for you.
L’chaim to our staff and customers and all those yet to visit and become a regular. May 2017 be happy and healthy to you all!
At the CB&D the classic bagel and lox stands out as one of the area's emblematic culinary titans. Like so many Jewish food favorites, this simple sandwich is rooted in an immigration story. In the 1800s inexpensive, already-cooked lox - a derivation of the Yiddish word for Salmon was born to Eastern European Jews. In the 1930s, a Kraft-sponsored radio show hyped the combination of bagels and cream cheese and within a decade, the Jewish answer to the cheeseburger had caught on.

Today, there are endless numbers of combinations of bread, spread and fish - from the pared-down purist versions to the profane bastardizations (the blueberry bagel with maple cream cheese.)