Humboldt Haus has some of the most satisfying deli sandwiches in the city, made on fresh bread with hearty portions of meat and cheese and finished with extras like creamy garlic mayo and Haus dressing. Because it’s attached to a liquor store it has a full bar, but being across the street from Humboldt Park, it’s also perfect for picnic supplies if you don’t dine in.
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