We love pickles, we love cold cuts, and we strangely love when they’re combined. NoHo Junction, the recently opened food court on Cass Street, is delivering fistfuls…we mean picklefuls of flavor to Tampa.
The concept is home to five different delicious food options, which includes a pizzeria, Sarge’s BBQ, the taco train, an Asian food hub, and the NoHo Junction Deli.
New deli uses pickles as buns
There’s a lot to love about the food here. It’s opening was a longtime coming for an area of Tampa yearning for a food hall/court of their own. So far it hasn’t disappointed.
NoHo Junction Deli’s pickle sandwich is what brings us here today.
Super savory pickles are used in place of buns, and we don’t miss the bread to be honest. The crunchy texture, and salty aftertaste perfectly complements a few thick slices of roast beef or thinly sliced oven roasted turkey with provolone and a bit of mustard and mayo. Yea, we’re in full Homer Simpson daydream mode now.
We’d be remiss if we forgot to add tomato.
Home of handmade pizzas and kicking ‘Q
The Deli promoted a pickle sandwich with Swiss and chipotle mayo that we’re dying to try. Listen, as there are an abundance of gluten-free diners in Tampa Bay, it makes sense that a deli would offer a new way to enjoy their savory creations.
NoHo Junction is open from 11am-8pm 7 days a week. When you visit, consider trying one of Franchetti’s handmade pizzas, or some of Sarge’s kicking BBQ ribs.
NoHo Junction, 1500 West Cass Street. Visit their website for more details on the food court’s offerings.
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