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Cecils



651 Cleveland Avenue South
Saint Paul, MN 55116

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(651) 698-0334

Hours

  • Sunday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Cuisine: Bakeries, Delis, Sandwich Shops


4.8 of 5.0 from 49 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Cecils Reviews

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  • Joanna F.Great deli with "to go" in front and table service in the back. Matzoh ball soup + half hot pastrami on rye was a perfect lunch.

    55555 by Joanna F.


  • Lawrence A.Hot dogs...but they're expensive.

    55555 by Lawrence A.


  • Rebecca E.A historical spot in St. Paul. The Russian Reuben is the way to go

    55555 by Rebecca E.


  • Daniel JThe Shayna is beyond delicious

    55555 by Daniel J


  • Peter T.My fave is the Sasha! YUM!!

    55555 by Peter T.


  • Mark H.Fries are now $1 extra. Still a deal.

    33333 by Mark H.


  • Kelli KThe Monte Cohen and Cecil's salad are my family's favorites.

    55555 by Kelli K


  • Mikey GBest Reuben's around!

    55555 by Mikey G


  • Michael LaneGreat Jewish deli! The Abba was so delicious. Get the sweet and sour slaw!

    55555 by Michael Lane


  • Greg GrimesRussian Reuben

    55555 by Greg Grimes


  • Rachel SmithAmazing homemade thousand island dressing & therefore ruebens

    55555 by Rachel Smith


  • Wes S.I've been spoiled all my life having great Deli right in St. Paul! You wouldn't think it was that hard, but it must be, because very few have tried, and only Cecil's and Crossroads have succeeded!

    55555 by Wes S.


  • Fluffie K.I was not impressed by the food. Tried the corned beef sandwich and thought the meat was a bit fatty and the rye bread didn't hold up well. I miss my Jakes from Milwaukee.

    33333 by Fluffie K.


  • Cassie RThe rueben is the BEST!

    55555 by Cassie R


  • Quinn MI love the Sophia sandwich with olives! Really great corned beef too

    55555 by Quinn M


  • Quinn MGood service, good value. Love the sandwiches!

    55555 by Quinn M


  • City Pages Street TeamWhen it comes to authentic deli fare, Cecil's is the place, from the potato latkes on the griddle to the celery soda in the refrigerator case.

    33333 by City Pages Street Team


  • Alex F.Walk through to back for restaurant. Sandwiches are delicious and numerous.

    55555 by Alex F.


  • Marty O.Pick up a few items as you leave.

    55555 by Marty O.


  • Lynn I.I read the whole delicious menu, then order the latkes! Yummm

    55555 by Lynn I.


  • Glenn L.The caraway rye is excellent here and it's a must have for making grilled Reubens at home. Corned beef sliced so thin that on windy days it can frequently be seen blowing over the nearby Ford bridge.

    55555 by Glenn L.


  • Shannon L.It doesn't make sense to go to ANY other sandwich place in Highland.

    33333 by Shannon L.


  • Peg H.Hamentashen is a must! Available year round. #hamentash

    55555 by Peg H.


  • Jake L.Russian Reuben. All you need to know.

    55555 by Jake L.


  • Jason N.Seating area rather small. Get a Reuben sandwich.

    55555 by Jason N.


  • Karli P.Leonard Da Vinci is the sandwich I think of when someone says "sandwich" or "giardinera" or "happiness". Everything is good here and you feel like family or at least neighbors.

    55555 by Karli P.


  • Meghan W.If you're in the mood for a hearty, basic breakfast the Heavenly Hash is...heavenly.

    55555 by Meghan W.


  • Andrew R.Try the cherry blintz and the latkes!! Yummy!!

    55555 by Andrew R.


  • GinaRussian Reuben is great, but misspelled on the menu as Russian EUBEN

    55555 by Gina


  • Kris GreenThe Maxy and a Chocolate Coke..my fave :-D

    55555 by Kris Green


  • Nicole G.Rifka is good for newbies.

    55555 by Nicole G.


  • Jeannette W.The Reuben at Cecil's was one of the best in town!

    55555 by Jeannette W.


  • Joe L.As a New Yorker, I gotta admit the pastrami sandwich here is as close as it gets (in MN) to a NY Jewish Deli

    55555 by Joe L.


  • Jonathan K.loxburger. hate the name and its average in terms of coastal bagels and lox. still 10/10 for msp food.

    55555 by Jonathan K.


  • Randall A.Can't go wrong with the Reuben! Coleslaw is amazing too.

    55555 by Randall A.


  • Ryan O.EVERYTHING here is great: the bread and bagels, the treats, the potato salad, the cole slaw, the pastrami, the pie -oh my, the pie... the chocolate and/or chocolate pecan will change your life.

    55555 by Ryan O.


  • Greg B.If beef isn't your thing, try the turkey pastrami. So good!

    55555 by Greg B.


  • Peter G.The Spicy Ruben w/ sweet and sour slaw!

    55555 by Peter G.


  • Heather K.Best lean corned beef anywhere in the TC...no matter what sandwich you put it on.

    55555 by Heather K.


  • Tom B.Pastrami and shmear will send you straight to Yahweh.

    55555 by Tom B.


  • John😎 W.Fucking ENORMOUS pie!!!

    55555 by John😎 W.


  • MetromixGet your Hamantaschen here year-round (not just at Purim). The triangle-shaped pastry, tells the story of Esther from the Torah.

    33333 by Metromix


  • Mabelyn A.This is my very first stop when I come to Minnesota. The Sasha on a toasted kaiser roll is delish! Try the hammentashins.

    55555 by Mabelyn A.


  • Jake N.If you can handle grease the corned beef hash is the truth.

    33333 by Jake N.


  • Keith F.Best Reuben I've had in the Twin Cities, and I love Reubens.

    55555 by Keith F.


  • Ashley F.Latkes that make you wish your grandma was Jewish.

    55555 by Ashley F.


  • Sandy B.Order the Sasha with turkey pastrami - and go for it on a popover when they have them during Passover. Wow...

    55555 by Sandy B.


  • sarah b.Fantastic ruebens/rachels. Massive (yet cheap) milkshakes, which are also delicious.

    55555 by sarah b.


  • Kaeti H.Go during off hours, order a sandwich on caraway rye and talk with the staff.

    55555 by Kaeti H.


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