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  • 1. Peter and Anita Smith  |  July 28, 2010 at 9:06 pm

    I happened to run across your blog while I was looking at Bobby Flay’s
    throwdown at Las Paletas Gourmet Popsicles.

    That being said, I thought you may be interested in reviewing
    our small town deli here in Scottsville, Kentucky. I know you
    stated in your blog that you mostly did your reviews around the Nashville Area but, we’re not that far (straight north).

    We opened our deli in November of last year and we’re going strong. We started out in a small building around the corner just doing take-out. Customers shared with us that they would really love to be able to sit down. So when a larger building close by opened up we jumped on it.

    I think you will be pleasantly suprised by checking out our deli.

    We are the “Patriot Deli and Bake Shoppe”.

    We offer traditional deli food, East Coast Style Subs,
    Tex-Mex Food and our signature New York Style Cheesecake
    that is created in our kitchen in many different flavors.

    Some of our popular items are: Philly Cheesesteaks
    (we offer beef and pork), Reubens, Italians, and of course
    (originally from my hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan),
    The Wet Burrito. The Wet Burrito is a big hit with these

    We are opened for lunch only Mon thru Fri:
    10:30 am – 2 :00 pm.

    We will be opening this fall for “created by scratch” Donuts
    Mon thru Fri: 7:00 am. We will be featuring Bomboloni which is an Italian Donut with different fillings such as: Nutella, Custard, Jellies, Fruits, Etc.

    If you’re interested in checking out this “small town deli with
    a big city taste” let me know. We’ll set aside some special time to meet with you.

    Thank You For Your Time.


    Anita Smith
    Patriot Deli and Bake Shoppe

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