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Deli At the Curtis Center, Philadelphia

(4.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Curtis building has the Dream Garden by Maxfield Parrish, a mosaic with more than 260 glass tiles produced by Tiffany. The waterfall in the lobby is beautiful as well. 
  • While most famous for the lobby mosaic collaboration between Maxfield Parrish and Louis Comfort Tiffany, the Curtis Center (at Walnut and 6th St.) has a nice cafe as well. Absolutely worth a stop........  more »
  • Excellent Food! Excellent Service! Excellent Atmosphere and Presentations! This is definitely worthy of 5 stars. Gourmet food served Hot and Fresh! The best Quality. Can't wait to attend another event...  more »
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  • I had THE worst eggplant parm sandwich today. It was the special at The Deli, and I love eggplant so I ordered it. Took a bit of a wait, but I knew they had to bake it. When my "sandwich" came out it was mush with mozzarella melted over it. If you baked an eggplant, scooped out the center and put it in a roll, then melted cheese on top, you would have what I ate. Only this one tasted like sauerkraut. So I am assuming the eggplant was rancid already. Could be why it was the special of the day. I needed to get back to work so I dumped it in the trash and left. I considered letting them know, but there is no way they didn't know what they served me.
  • Very rude employees. And I believe the rudest of them all is the owner. Plus they haven't passed inspection as of Apr 2010 due to various reasons, one including staff cleanliness. I wouldn't eat there.