On the outskirts of downtown Vero Beach, I have positive proof that Boar's Head products are served at Moe's Deli. A picture will speak a thousand words.Located on the north side of State Road 60 - immediately east of St. Helen Catholic Church -I've visited Moe's Deli a few times for breakfast and lunch. A small shared parking lot, I've never had a problem finding a spot to park. They are a locally owned business. The Western Omelette with peppers, onions and ham - along with home fries and toast - is my favorite for breakfast. The Wood Chopper, - grilled corned beef and pastrami, melted Swiss, lettuce, tomato, onion and Russian dressing on a hero - is my favorite for lunch. Moe's Deli has a number of "named" sandwiches - you have to wonder whom after.Fresh food, friendly staff and gender specific restrooms. They open at 9 a.m. and have several tables at the front for dine-in customers. I think the owner's mother works at Moe's as I've seen an older woman named "Mom" on more than one occasion. No problems - no complaints - I will certainly visit Moe's Deli again.Bill LewisVero Beach, Florida
05/30/2017Walmart Neighborhood Market
Long time shopper at the Wal-Mart main store for groceries, 15-20% cheaper than Publix. However, the new Neighborhood store is one that I do not like. First off, cold goods are at each end of the store, rather than being together. Usually the last item to go in my basket are cold, so why at each end....stupid. Secondly, the isles are divided halfway so that cart shopper will bang into each other, and some stop and look down the aisle both ways and cause "traffic" jams. So, I went back to the main store, further drive, but don't need like the market.