Dingfelder's Delicatessen brings old world Jewish grub to Seattle
Before you can even see it, you smell it. It's intoxicating, almost magnetic, transporting you to another place and another time. "What we do here is provide memories. We take people back. When they eat our food they think of a time that they ate things that comforted them," said Vance Dingfelder, owner of Dingfelder's Delicatessen. At Dingfelder's, located on a bustling corner in Capitol Hill, Vance and his wife, Stephanie, are serving the staples they grew up with in New York City.