Our server also noted that Tavern on the Hill's deli meat was notably fresh and high-quality due to the same connection, and the "Three's Company" sandwich ($9.99) proved it to be true.(Asked if it was really, as described on the menu, "three stories high," our server quipped, "maybe for the Littles.") The turkey, corned beef, and roast beef were equally tender, pressed between delicious marbled rye bread, but more Thousand Island dressing might have mitigated the sheer amount of meat in the sandwich. The same was true for the cranberry relish on the tavern turkey sandwich ($9.99), made with thin-sliced turkey and stuffing. A Roseda beef burger ($12.99) was cooked well, but is perhaps not the best presentation of the local meat that we've sampled around town; the bun, the cheese, and the bacon that accompanied it did not elevate the burger or present anything special.