BT’s Deli 
BT’s Deli is a new spot located in the nearest shopping center to our place of work. Because of this proximity, we see every business open and close. This new place is in a particularly high turnover location; in recent memory, five different eateries have come and gone there (something about the parking we think). Given the obvious effort and the bright atmosphere, we hope that BTs can break that trend.
In contrast to the last couple occupants, BT’s is bright and airy. The day we visited, it was bustling. It was also a beautiful day, so we gratefully opted for the patio. I ordered The Schindel (roast beef, bacon, melted Swiss on rye, with a house special sauce) which came with a side of chips and a pickle, which was promptly given to Adam. Adam ordered The Nuckols Road (mesquite turkey, bacon, melted Muenster, and BT’s sauce on a sub roll). Neither sandwich stood out. We have a low bar for sandwiches… if the bread is good, you’re better than halfway there. Adam’s sub roll was a little dry, my Rye was fine. These sandwiches were nothing fancy and that’s okay. Sometimes you just want a deli sandwich that is cheap and fast. Check and check.
BT’s is very much a WYSIWYG place. It’s a “go get food with coworkers” sort of place and their hours have positioned them as a breakfast and lunch spot. Sandwiches are utilitarian American lunch food. BT’s didn’t disappoint. The food was decent and the service was enthusiastic and friendly.
Lunch Topics: 30 minutes of Hearthstone talk, work