A Shattuck Avenue mainstay since 1987, this formerly cramped deli/café took over the ice-cream store next door in 1999 and doubled its restaurant space to make room for more tables. Now Saul’s is large and airy—and busier than ever. Traditional Jewish deli favorites such as Reuben sandwiches, matzo-ball soup, blintzes, and sliced-to-order corned beef fill the hearty menu. Anyone with a sweet tooth might want to complement the cheesecake and macaroons with a celery soda or egg cream. And not to be missed are the delicious potato latkes—the very definition of Jewish comfort food—served with sour cream and applesauce. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily.