The kitchen has a window overlooking Hudson Avenue. As for the sandwiches, The Italian leads the way with salami, ham, capicola, provolone, lettuce, tomato, onion, dressing and crushed hot cherry peppers. 7 Deli is certainly not the only place in town where you can get a good Italian sub, but it's one of a very few where you can get one with a slice of Carnegie Deli cheesecake. Nor will you find a sandwich with the heft of 7 Deli's No. 7 — 1 pound pastrami, 1 pound corned beef served with swiss cheese on rye. Babe Ruth probably could've taken one down, but Bobby Murcer and The Mick would've likely opted to share. But the starter sandwich for this newly started sub shop is The Italian. After you've tried it, you may venture all the way to the No. 7 or you may stay put, not wanting to mess with success. Either way, you'll have a new locally owned spot to join the downtown sandwich rotation. Find, rate and review more Oklahoma City restaurants on Wimgo.com
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