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Attman's Review

Open since 1915, this authentic New York–style deli near the Jewish Museum is the king of Baltimore's "Corned Beef Row." Of the three delis on the row, Attman's has the longest waits and steepest prices, but delivers the highest-quality dishes. Don't be put off by the long lines—they move fairly quickly, and the outstanding corned beef sandwiches are worth the wait, as are the pastrami, homemade chopped liver, and other oversized creations. Attman's closes at 6:30 pm on Monday through Saturday and and 5 pm on Sunday.

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Updated: 08-14-2013

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    Tourists Not Welcome

    I visited Attman's and couldn't get served at the counter. There are 3 lines for paying, picking up, and ordering and no one helped me. I guess they only serve the locals. Besides the lack of service, the area is very dodgy. I'd skip this place and leave it for the locals as tourist definitely are not welcome.

    by bcwong1, 7/11/08

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