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Harry's Deli - Closed

17881 Sky Park Circle, Ste. A Irvine, CA 92614 | Irvine | 949-261-2116

Location Description:

Harrison Kho makes sandwiches-classic ones such as New York pastrami and grilled cheese. His food is neither avant garde nor fusion-y. His Harry's Deli is nothing more than an unadorned office-park lunch stop located directly beneath the landing path of John Wayne-bound planes. So, why is it a phenomenon? Quality, quality, quality: Harry makes just about everything from scratch-the mayo, the meatballs, even the pulled pork. The latter is rubbed in spices and slow-roasted to become two-fisted sandwiches both messy and great.


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Details

  • Cuisine(s): Deli
  • Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-4pm
  • Price: $
  • Serving: Lunch
  • Alcohol: None
  • Reservations: Not Accepted
  • Parking: Lot Available
  • Payment Types: All Major Credit Cards, cash
  • Extra Info: Sandwiches, $4.80-$9.90.
  • Features: Delivery, Kid Friendly, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible

Related Stories

  • Stick a Fork In It: News
    Harry's Deli just can't catch a break. First, it was closed longer than expected due to a schedule-busting remodel; now, after just six and a half months, it's closed again, this time due to...
  • Food:
    Around the first part of 2012, the big question around town more pressing than which Republican candidate would eventually take the presidential nomination was what happened to Harry's Deli....
  • Stick a Fork In It: Buns In the Sun
    Harry Kho-- Small business owner and supporter, OC Fair judge and cool dad. His sandwiches are legend (wait for it) dary to anyone within a 10-mile radius of John Wayne. Having reopened last...
  • Stick a Fork In It: Things To Look Forward To
    After many false starts, sandwich-craftsman Harrison Kho pretty much swore off giving estimates on when he was going to reopen his beloved Irvine sandwich shop. So when the man finally...
  • Stick a Fork In It: Things To Look Forward To
    Got some news from the man himself, Harrison Kho, about what to expect when his beloved Harry's Deli opens again after a long hiatus.First of all, plans to open next week (August 6th) have...
  • Stick a Fork In It: Things To Look Forward To
    If you read the 10 Great Sandwiches post from last week and intend to visit the sandwich shop at the number one position, you will have to wait maybe a few more weeks. I found out that...
  • Stick a Fork In It: Best of Best of Best of!
    For this list of things eaten between two slices of bread, I've limited it to those that couldn't possibly be mistaken for a hot dog or a burger (thank goodness we already did those lists)....
  • Stick a Fork In It: Eat Here, Not There
    Subway. You can't get away from it. Airports. Wal-Marts. Gas stations. They're everywhere. It far outnumbers any other fast food chain--the largest single-brand chain in world. It's...
  • Stick a Fork In It: 100 Favorite Dishes
    We continue to countdown our 100 favorite dishes at local restaurants. We'll be sharing these with you every weekday until our annual Best Of Issue comes out. Enjoy! #32. Reuben Sandwich at...
  • Stick a Fork In It: On the Line
    As promised, Harry Kho of Harry's Deli in Irvine shares a recipe for this final part of our three part interview. If you missed it, click to read the first and second part. Read on...
  • Stick a Fork In It: On the Line
    Today we continue with part two of our interview with Harry Kho, owner and "Executive Sandwich Creationist" of Harry's Deli in Irvine. Missed the first part of our interview? Click...
  • Stick a Fork In It: On the Line
    Ask a local foodie who the sandwich maker/deli owner/chef of the moment is and they'll tell you it's Harrison Kho, or Harry for short. His Harry's Deli, an Irvine office-park lunch...
  • Food: Reviewed
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