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The egg-in-the-hole bagel at Max’s Deli in Highland Park features a sunny-side up egg surrounded by a fresh bagel in a flavor of your choosing. PHOTOS BY JACQUELINE GLOSNIAK/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Mac ‘n’ cheese at Max’s Deli is a classic homemade serving of elbow macaroni noodles in a warm and gooey homemade American cheese sauce.
Bagels are always favorites of the deli, including the sesame bagel with fresh lox and chive cream cheese served with pickles, lettuce and tomatoes.
Grilled cheese comes to customers with a generous serving of cheddar cheese on an evenly toasted and buttery sandwich bread. The sandwich is served alongside homemade tomato basil soup.
Vegetarians will enjoy the restaurant’s veggie burger, which is served between a Kaiser roll bun and topped with red onion, tomato and lettuce.
Megan Bernard, Contributing Editor
3:35 pm CDT March 19, 2018

Max’s Deli has been a long-standing establishment in the North Shore for more than 25 years. To be successful for more years to come, its owner is revamping the menu with more health-conscious and fresh dishes for the future. 

Joey Morelli, a trained chef, and his brother opened up Joey’s Brickhouse in Chicago in 2004. After a seven-year run, they were ready to take over their grandfather Bernie Katz’s business, Max’s Deli at 191 Skokie Valley Road in Highland Park.