Charleston Bakery Deli Summerville Catering Wedding Cake
“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”
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"
Not A Regular
Opened in March 2011 by Kerry Botz and Randy Jarvis many consider the CB&D among the top bakeries and delicatessen operations in the state and for good reason. Mediocrity when it comes to what we do is unacceptable day to day, week after week and month after month. Here you might pay a little bit more but know we deliver the goods with the constant goal of exceeding our customer’s expectation so they’ll be back tomorrow and the next day. It’s a passion that’s never declined and shared by every member of the staff with many having been with us for years.
With winter, as usual, you can expect a great selection of hearty soups and our black bean Montana chili waiting to provide comfort to those that seek its shelter. Our house corned beef, pastrami and brisket also provide that kind of love as it’s done for thousands of customers over the years. Serving this classic on our twice-baked rye we now offer them in 3 different sizes just in case you want to experience one Carnegie style monster since they’re no longer in business up in the big apple. Maybe add a potato knish with Brooklyn made Ba-Tampte mustard to really deliver the memories of playing stickball in the street or the Good Humor truck rolling into the neighborhood. For the experienced, we recommend the tongue with a smear of chopped liver. And breakfast? Probably the best in town. Don’t be surprised if you see the ghosts of Jewish grandmothers popping up here and there. They’re just keeping an eye on the place and making sure all is good and done right day after day.
Remember the Charleston Bakery and Delicatessen is open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch and if you have a special event and are tired of the typical ho-hum catering visit our catering website at Charlestondelicatering.com. Did you know we’re one of the top wedding cake bakers in the Charleston, Berkley, and Dorchester county markets? Go see the video of when we made the largest and smallest wedding cakes ever presented in South Carolina and learn more about our cakes and baked goods.
So thanks to all for a wonderful 2018. Your patronage and friendship are greatly appreciated and we wish you mazel tov in the 2019 year.
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.)
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