Miami’s New Jewish Delis get Creative with Bagels, Latkes, and More

Liz Grossman

As if flying Pan Am from New York to Miami in the 1950s wasn’t exciting enough, sun-searching tourists got to nosh in-flight on cheesecake from Wolfie Cohen’s Rascal House, one of Florida’s historic Jewish delis, known for its onion rolls, pickles served in stainless-steel buckets, and overstuffed corned beef sandwiches. Wilfred “Wolfie” Cohen came to Miami from New York and bought a...