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Customers get more than service with a smile at Joe's Deli in Salem.

Tiffany Jones works at the restaurant. She says, "The food is just really good and always consistent."

Consistency is important for customers like Bill Jones.

He says, "I know that every time I come here I will get the same type of food.  It doesn't change one time or another.  It is fresh.  I like the atmosphere and Joe's personality makes you feel like you are going home to eat."

Owner, Joe Baba has worked in the restaurant business his whole life, and you can tell by the way he moves in the kitchen. He makes juggling orders seem effortless.

We asked him what makes his sandwiches special.

He explains, "They are over stuffed. We pile 'em on... they're fat."

He says customer favorites include the Deli sub, Italian sub and the chicken salad.

Don't forget dessert. Joe's wife makes homemade baklava.

Fresh food and a family feel mean daily lines for lunch, at Joe's Deli in Salem.

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