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Oak St., counting among its customers Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Woody Allen and countless stars of stage, screen and politics too.
It was a very lively area."When asked if he ever got up on a soapbox, Cutler said laughing, "No, I was a kid then."But back to our reader's question.
There were indeed great and big delis in the Gold Coast area.
People would come from all over to eat there.""Or also on Roosevelt, a few blocks farther west, there was Silverstein's, which was big enough to have weddings in the back.
It was a popular place, and in front you often had outdoor political orators: socialists, Zionists, communists and atheists.
"And back then, sandwiches were 10 or 15 cents, not or , like they are now.""But if you went to the main streets like Roosevelt Road, there were beautiful big delis.