The Sterns first discovered the Famous Fourth Street Deli back in 1983 when they were eating their way around Philadelphia. The place is the classic east coast, urban, Jewish deli that seems to be getting harder to find. Go there and you'll take a trip back in time. It's been called a living museum of delicatessen history. The menu is classic: the corned beef and pastrami sandwiches come in large and 'zaftig.' The corned beef is spiced and steamed in house for hours, emerging zesty, tender and with just enough fat for luscious juiciness. The stuffed cabbage with sweet and sour tomato gravy is fabulous, too, and other classic offerings include matzo ball soup and noodle kugel. Save room for the chocolate chip cookies that Michael calls 'dizzyingly delicious' - the perfect balance between crisp and chewy.