Has a man wearing a white butcher’s frock and an origami deli hat ever pulled a fresh bagel off a wooden “sword” for you? Has your supremely flaky, chocolate-y babka ever been delivered to you in a box lined with cheeky toile patterning? And has your lox ever arrived to your table perched atop a silver tiered tray worthy of a traditional English afternoon tea? If you answered yes to those questions, it’s a good bet you’ve been to Sadelle’s, the new New York deli from the Major Food Group. We’re dazzled by those whimsical design flourishes, and wanted to know how those kooky ideas became reality.