Wichita doesn’t have a proper Jewish deli, but it does have a more-than-proper Jewish Deli Day — once a year at Congregation Emanu-El, 7011 E. Central.
This year’s Deli Day, a fundraiser for Congregation Emanu-El, is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.
For $14, diners can either eat-in or carry-out either a brisket dinner or corned beef sandwich meal. Homemade baked goods, such as rugelach and mandelbrot, also will be for sale.
Tickets are available at the door or in advance by calling 316-684-5148.
Following are the two menus visitors can choose from:
Option No. 1: Deli-style corned beef sandwich plate, matzo ball soup, potato salad, Israeli tomato and cucumber salad, homemade strudel or brownie
Option No. 2: Brisket platter, applesauce, latke (Jewish potato pancake), challah (a sweet egg bread, Israeli tomato and cucumber salad, homemade strudel or brownie