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I was in the mood for soup on such a cold day and stumbled upon this shop on my way to Clark's. I thought I'd step in and check it out, thinking it would be both delicious and quick. I was right about one thing: the soup was delicious. However, it took a long time to get it. There were only two people working, one taking the orders and the other preparing them. Since I was only ordering take out, I'd probably opt for the supermarket next time around. But if I had more time and were eating in, I would certainly visit this place again.
Coming directly to you from Sabra's Deli's free & easy wi-fi. A yummy vegetarian Bagel (5.95). An everything bagel with humus, tomato, cucumber, and onions on an everything bagel. The service was super quick and the food... "excellent". Sabra's Deli is open during Aspen's off season which is so nice! It is easy to get to and park!
Yesterday, on an unexpected lunch meeting, a friend and I needed a quick place to eat. I was driving between jobs and was glad when he picked Sabra's Deli since it is an easy place to park in Aspen. I had the falafel sandwich and my friend had the Mediterranean pitza. Both were delicious. The service was quick, and friendly. There was plenty of sitting inside to avoid the cold April air. The total for our lunch was $15, which is a pretty cheap lunch for two in Aspen.
Pig E. (10+ Reviews)
February 10, 2009
Today I needed a quick lunch. I stopped in at Sabra's Deli so I could easily park and know I could get in and out quickly.
Sabra's didn't let me down. It took them a little bit to realize I was there, but once they saw me, I ordered and my falafel sandwich. It was made quickly and tasted great.
Another customer was asked how his sandwich was and he started raving about it.
Sabra's cuisine is a great way to introduce a bit of change into the same lunches.
I would definitely go back.
I ate at Sabra's Deli for the first time! I have seen it so many times but have passed it by!
I really enjoyed my meal. I order a hummus and falafel plate, and a roasted red pepper salad. Each came with pita bread. I really enjoyed my meal. The roasted pepper salad was a surprise. I was taking a chance on it and loved it!
Sabra's is easy to get to and always has plenty of parking. The service was friendly and fast and overall enjoyable.
Sabra's Deli, where the old Bagel Bites at Clark's market used to be, is really misnamed. It's really a pan-Middle Eastern schwarma/gyros/couscous/salad and pita shop, hardly a deli. It was described as "new" and "real good" by Stewart Oksenhorn, fine food finder for the Aspen Times, and I have to agree. For a hole-in-the-wall place, it has a large menu, three chefs, almost as many front-room folks, and an atmosphere of quiet competence. Colette had the Israeli salad of chopped cukes, lettuce, tomatoes, onion, etc with pita and Baba ghanoush and I the gyros plate (instead of the schwarma) with fries that had an intriguing tang. Our bill was $20.90 without dessert or drinks or coffee. More at eGullet