Market House Meats
Seattle, WA 98101
Seattle Weekly's Description
Several years back, Market House Meats, which has supplied the city's Irish with corned beef for five decades, turned its showroom into a eat-in deli. The decor consists of a windowside counter, some stools, and the smell of smoked meat, but really, what else do you need? The deli's fat, meat-packed sandwiches come with potato salad, some pickles, and a tiny cookie. The pastrami is lighter on the spices and the cure than East Coast versions, but it's succulent nonetheless, and the corned beef is proper: not too salty, not too nitrate-pink, beautifully tender. Try it in a Reuben with sauerkraut and marbled rye.
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