Fear not, dear Benjies and Superbowl lovers! There’s still time to order your party trays, appetizers and sandwiches for your Superbowl Sunday party. Why slave over a hot stove on Saturday when you could just pick up some wonderful, freshly made food from Benjies on Sunday morning?
Just think: a platter of deviled eggs, just like mom used to make, and made by hand. If you’re attending a party, these are a perfect appetizer to bring. Benjies also makes their chicken, tuna and egg salads from scratch too. What restaurant makes anything from scratch anymore? Benjies New York Deli, that’s who. They’ve been doing it that way since Stan Weinstein opened the restaurant in 1967. (more…)
The clock is ticking on the final countdown to the Superbowl, and after last week’s Playoffs, fans from Philly and Wisconsin sure are looking forward to February 6th.
So the clock is also ticking on the time needed for catering. Benjies Deli has been taking a lot of orders for sandwich trays and deli platters for the big day. Countless eggs will be subjected to deviling, wings stripped from hot and spicy buffaloes and barbecue sauce applied liberally to tasty balls of meat.
If you want to have scrumptious Benjies New York Deli goodness at your home on the big day, then give us a call now to make sure we can fill your order. Let Benjies do all the work for you! Let’s face it—your wife will either be out shopping or, if she’s a fan, she’s going to want to watch the game, not make sandwiches for your buddies.
Here’s an idea: clear the coffee table and measure it. Then call Benjies New York Deli and order up a combination of sandwich fixin’s and finger food. Pick it up before your friends come over for your Superbowl party, unwrap the platters, and wait to see your friends’ eyes light up when they come in! (more…)
The NFL Playoffs are here!
Well, after yesterday’s games, we’re narrowing down the teams that will grace the field in Arlington, TX in two weeks time. Many of our “bird” teams have flown the Superbowl coop, including the Seahawks, the Ravens and the Falcons. And seeing as how our nation’s bird is the eagle, perhaps there’s a link there with the Patriot’s loss.
So next weekend we’ll see how the New York Jets do against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Green Bay Packers will battle the Chicago Bears for the honor of going to football’s ultimate showdown. Sounds like there will be time spent in front of the television, and we know what that means. Snacks. Oh yeah, lots of snacks. (more…)
February 6th marks a very special annual event in the male (and many female!) calendar. Cue dramatic music….yes, it’s the Superbowl!
This year marks Superbowl 45 and, although we don’t know who exactly will be playing, we do know that the Dallas Cowboys will be hosting. Hosting, I said, not playing on the field. Maybe next year, Cowboys! (more…)
The rain has arrived again, and nothing’s better for a rainy day than a bowl of warming, filling soup. And at Benjies Deli, all of our soup is made from scratch and made fresh daily! And best of all, every soup is served with our fresh rye bread and butter.
Now you might think that Benjies only makes matzo ball soup, but we don’t stop there. Our matzo ball soup is definitely a favorite with our regulars, don’t get us wrong, but we make 10 different kinds of soup for our customers. What can we say? We love soup!
So let’s start with the matzo ball soup—fluffy, delicious matzo balls swimming in our home-made chicken broth with chicken pieces and carrots. Not hearty enough for you? Try out Mish Mosh…It’s a Meal! soup, which has a matzo ball, kreplach, rice and noodles added to that hand-crafted chicken broth, chicken pieces and carrots. (more…)