Greater Boston finally got a deli that merits a trip, a Waltham storefront that makes its astonishing, globe-trotting assortment of charcuterie, salumi and sausages from local animals, serving them in a bright combination of densely packed retail wonderland and counter-service sandwich joint. Come for a transporting pastrami or corned beef sandwich; leave with a sackful of meats for your next picnic or barbecue. The time and craft required to make these products ain’t cheap, but they’re resoundingly worth the tariff.
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