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Steve's Deli Restaurant Review: If you're looking for a little culture, the art-house movie theater is steps away. But if you're seeking some hearty sustenance pre- or post-film, Steve's Deli is your best bet for matzoh ball soup, jumbo franks and beans, a hot corned beef sandwich or a deli salad that could feed an army. We suggest the low-fat tuna salad plate heaped with a tangy, healthy slaw, big chunks of fresh fruit and lots of vegetables for garnish. Or go all-out deli and get the whitefish salad or kippered salmon with cream cheese and crispy rye, a bagel, pita, matzoh or bagel thins. Among the classic deli sides are noodle kugel, kishka and gravy, stuffed cabbage, meat or potato knishes, cheese blintzes and fried kreplach. Breakfast is a treat any time of day, especially when it means omelets and potato latkes. Always save room for dessert (or sneak some goodies into the theater for later). House-made brownies (get them topped with vanilla ice cream and Detroit’s Sanders Hot Fudge) are topnotch, as are the apple strudel, rice pudding, carrot cake and sour cream coffee cake.