The dart throw took us to Potomac for "Will You Eat There?" We stopped by Attman's Delicatessen, a place that opened a couple of years ago. But the family has a long history in our region for providing its famous corned beef and Jewish hot pastrami that will make your mouth water.
The Attman family opened its Baltimore location back in 1915 and is said to be the country's oldest family-owned delicatessen.
What's on the menu?
- Attman's World Famous Secret Recipe Hot Dogs (mustard, relish, chopped onions topped with bologna on a Jewish roll)
- Cloak and Dagger (corned beef, coleslaw, Russian dressing)
- The Lombard Street (corned beef, Swiss cheese, chopped liver, pastrami and Russian dressing)
- Jumbo-sized Latke (grated potatoes, garlic and onions)
- Matzo Ball Soup
- The Whopper (corned beef, roast beef, brisket, turkey breast, salami)
It is about $10 to get any sandwich you want. A side of fries and drink is an extra $3.59.
The customers say it's a very family-friendly restaurant that is really welcoming and a complete experience.
The must have
The Reuben (corned beef cut very thin, lean and moist, coleslaw, imported Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, Russian dressing on grilled rye)
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7913 Tuckerman Lane
Potomac, Maryland 20854
Phone: 301-765-DELI (3354)
Open everyday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Breakfast all day)