McAlister’s Deli Menu

  • Bread and Crackers
  • Cheeses
  • Classic Sandwiches
  • Club Sandwiches
  • Deli Classics
  • Desserts
  • Grilled Sandwiches
  • Hot Sandwiches
  • Kids Other
  • Kids Sandwiches & Pizzas
  • Meats
  • Pastas
  • Salad Dressings (3 fl oz)
  • Salads
  • Sides
  • Soups (Bowl)
  • Soups (Cup)
  • Spreads & Toppings
  • Spuds
  • Starters

Healthy Meal suggestions for McAlister?s Deli

  • Bread and Crackers
  • Cheeses
  • Classic Sandwiches
  • Club Sandwiches
  • Deli Classics
  • Desserts
  • Grilled Sandwiches
  • Hot Sandwiches
  • Kids Other
  • Kids Sandwiches & Pizzas
  • Meats
  • Pastas
  • Salad Dressings (3 fl oz)
  • Salads
  • Sides
  • Soups (Bowl)
  • Soups (Cup)
  • Spreads & Toppings
  • Spuds
  • Starters

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  • Steve R.

    The exterior, as well as the entire interior, has been totally remodeled. The dining room has all new tables, booths, flooring and decorations on the walls. The restaurant looks SO much better!

    (4)
  • Amy D.

    I've been here before and food was great. Today was free tea day so I understand it's extra busy but I didn't just get tea, I ordered food to go as well. My daughter peanut butter and jelly was very sloppily put together and the last time she had gotten a bag of teddy grahams with her meal, maybe I paid extra last time and didn't realize it but did not get those. I ordered a chicken Caesar salad and did not get dressing with it. My fault for not checking before I left but these are pretty standard things not special orders or anything. As I said it was extra busy but I can't say that I want to be spending money where they can't put at least the salad dressing in with the salad you order. I will hesitate the next time I or my daughter want to stop for lunch here.

    (2)
  • Whitney C.

    McAlister's is one of my favorite places to go for lunch. My favorite is the bacon spud and a sweet tea! However, this McAlister's at 91st and Memorial has gone down on my list. The last couple of times I have been to this location, many of the tables have been dirty. Plates and food sitting on a majority of the tables inside and outside on the patio. We love to eat out on the patio, but not when flies are buzzing on the old food right next to us. There is not lack of service and the manager seems very involved. However, the staff seemed lazy and annoyed. I asked for something from the server who brought the food, and it never came. Luckily the manager was there to bring me my request. But, she didn't do anything about the un-bussed tables. We were there for about an hour, and the tables that were dirty when we walked in, were dirty when we walked out. Unacceptable! This McAlister's is for sure a to-go meal!

    (2)
  • Lisa E.

    I'm giving them an updated review because I went in with my sister last Friday and there was not one empty table. Not because people were sitting there, but because none of the tables had been bussed and there were plates on every one. I know it was the lunch rush, but as a customer, you don't want to see 20+ dirty tables when you are trying to find a seat.

    (2)
  • Andrew V.

    Went there last week, on a week night, to try a warm Reuben on rye bread. It came with the usual: sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. For my side, I had the potato salad, and a glass of sweet tea. The sandwich, while not large, was very tasty. The bread was fresh, the kraut was mild, and the corned beef was unusually tender and lean. The potato salad was a good accompaniment to the sandwich - I really liked it. And most of you know about their sweet tea - it is that good! I wasn't that hungry when I came in, and even if I was, there was enough food. Had I wanted something more at the time, I would have gone for one of the nice looking cookies on the counter. Instead, on the way home I stopped by Braum's and got a small vanilla malt to go - oh yeah! Finishing up - I thought the chow at McAlister's was quite good, service was fine and the price - at about $10, was fair.

    (3)
  • Lauren D.

    Best place to get brewed tea in town! They sell it by the gallon as well as large plastic cups. Decent prices and they have a loyalty tea club card: if you buy 9 teas, you get the 10th for free! The food is good, and there are lots of good options. I also like how many dessert options they have compared to other delis. I got the ham and cheese toastie with mac and cheese which was delicious and comes with a pickle. My husband had the beef pot roast spud which is just what the name sounds like and is more than one person can eat! It was delicious too! Though next time I might get extra gravy. Will be coming here for to go food again for sure because this is the first place I've been that anticipated what silverware and condiments we needed, included them, and packaged everything in a way that wouldn't spill. You know the value of this if you eat to go food often like us!

    (4)
  • Russ F.

    Great food at reasonable prices. Sweet tea is legendary. Nachos are huge. Pot roast is good. Baked potatoes are huge. Great salads. Great sandwiches and soups. Good desserts too.

    (4)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :10:30 am - 10

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Bike Parking : No
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

McAlister’s Deli

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