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May 24, 2012

Nature’s Deli

Lance Cpl. Sean Dennison
Desert Warrior Staff
Courtesy photo

Few things are as pleasurable as a well-made sandwich, and Main Street’s Nature’s Deli delivers them in spades.

Though unassuming and easy to miss, I’d argue Nature’s is one of the better food establishments Yuma has to offer.

Their main strength lies in their cold cuts, with crisp vegetables, juicy meat and the basic condiments on a deli sandwich. The restaurant doesn’t try anything new with the tried-and-true methods, buts then, they don’t need to; each sandwich is carefully prepared and packed to perfection.

The deli also boasts an impressive collection of Italian Sodas. Chocolate Milano is a personal favorite, but any of one of them make the perfect companion drinks for the sandwiches.

The interior is a quaint little space that’s nice for small talk or reading a book. There’s a homeliness to it that makes me think of old ladies who don’t own any cats. I dig it.

Short review, I know, but how in depth can you get about a deli?




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