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The city of Lowell in Massachusetts was the centre of the American Industrial Revolution in the early 19th century and today is known as a cultural hub. There are art galleries, poetry groups, theaters and museums, including one dedicated to Lowell native James McNeill Whistler. The restaurants in Lowell and the surrounding areas include French bistros, coffeehouses, Asian delicatessens, and New England seafood establishments that specialize in classic dishes such as lobster and scallops.
The Hong Cuc Deli now has two locations: one on Grand Street and the original deli on Dutton Street, next door to the American Textile History Museum and the other by the Western Avenue Artists’ Studios. Hong Cuc Deli serves up top-notch Vietnamese cuisine that is much loved by their customers. The Deli keeps a low profile, though, there is no specific web presence or Facebook page run by the Deli. Patrons of the Deli single out the Banh mi for praise,baguettes that can be filled with pâte, barbecue beef and pickled vegetables. There are also lots of spring rolls available packed with pork and shrimp.
Hong Cuc Deli, 507 Dutton Street, Lowell, MA +1 978 441 0110