A deli that delivers?

Ask AOA deli sandwich When Akum got her hair cut yesterday, her stylist said, "Hey, I have a question for AOA. What are the downtown delis that deliver at lunchtime?"

We thought of the Mealeo service, but want to hear your suggestions. When you Must. Have. A. Sandwich. and can't escape the office, who do you call?

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Maurice's on Wolf Road delivers!

While not a deli per se, the Iron Gate Cafe delivers and their sandwiches do not disappoint.

Been awhile since I worked in downtown Albany, but I seem to recall that Sandwiches to Go made deliveries, at least for larger orders.

Now, if we can just identify who delivers in Troy...that sandwich is making me hungry!

lark street deli has great sandwiches and soups and they deliver

Miranda's. I'm telling you... hands down, the best sandwiches that you will ever get.

Capital Q, Nino's on Central, Iron Gate Cafe, Hamilton Street Cafe...that's all I can think of right now

Donna - Cafe deli-icious on River St. delivers and their food is great!

I second Iron Gate and Miranda's, and also want to mention Via Fresca, though it's more uptown they do deliver to downtown and have an awesome selection of interesting panini sandwiches. And really great cookies.

Patricelli's in Troy delivers. As for Albany, I wish Bagel Bite was still around!

Cook's, on State next to Jack's, delivers too.

For sandwiches, it's almost always Iron Gate Cafe. I love their BLTs and Roasted Turkey Special (two words: cranberry mayo). My only complaint is they don't deliver during their rush hours, so your lunch usually shows up pretty early.

deli shmeli--how was the the haircut?!

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