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6th Street Deli

1261 Sixth St., Ste. 8 (Valley View Ave.) Send to Phone
951-279-2002 | Menu
Modern-era cowboys stop into this deli for meatball subs, pastrami sandwiches or lasagna before heading back on the urban horse trail.

Lunch daily, Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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6th Street Deli Restaurant Review

: The Riverside County community of Norco has a distinctly rural flavor: horse trails outnumber sidewalks, goats graze in suburban backyards, and Sixth Street, one of the main drags, is lined with faux Western facades. Tucked into the middle of this unique tapestry on L.A.’s urban fringe is 6th Street Deli, where modern-era cowboys armed with cell phones stop by to chat about rodeos and score a very satisfying meatball sub, pastrami sandwich or even a plate of chicken-fried steak. Other options include a bacon-chicken sandwich with Swiss, lettuce, tomato and ranch, and the "Super Chef Salad" made up of turkey, ham, roast beef, egg, tomato, carrots, cabbage and cucumber. It’s a casual order-at-the-counter affair with a quality and personality that distinguishes it from the dozens of fast-food chains dominating nearby Hamner Avenue.
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