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Zingers Deli – NY Deli Hits Streets of Boca

Zingers Deli – NY Deli Hits Streets of Boca

Delicious Knishes!

Living out of the NY tri-state area doesn’t mean depriving oneself from the delicacies we find in a quality NY deli.  A Reuben, matzo ball soup, latkes, rugelach, and egg salad are staples in delis in NY but are often hard to come by, in good quality, when out of the area.

I recently visited Zingers Deli (ZingersDeli.com) in Boca Raton, FL.  This restaurant opened last year.  It’s where you go to get phenomenal pastrami on rye, a very satisfying warm bowl of beef barley and a HUGE slice of chocolate cake!

The bread is homemade, including many other pastries, soups, and more. They are quite proud of their cheesecake.  I must admit, after having a bite, okay several bites, I would certainly recommend it. The menu is stacked with sandwiches galore.  Their veggie burger is made of 20 secret ingredients.  Didn’t try it, but I’m intrigued and want to!

Chicken, Egg and Tuna Salads

 

We left COMPLETELY satisfied from Zingers!  We even had a chance to chat with Gary Zinger – owner and founder of the deli.  Very welcoming, and a bit of a comedian with some hysterical one-liners he dropped throughout the event.  Look for him on your next visit and be sure to say hello!

Zinger’s Deli

7132 Beracasa Way (NW corner of Powerline and Palmetto Park Rd. in the Delmar Plaza)
Boca Raton
561-826-7323

Monday-Friday 11am-9pm
Saturday and Sunday 10-9pm
Weekend brunch 10am-3pm
Disclosure: I attended a blogger event where menu items were provided to sample.  No compensation or expectation was given to post about the event or restaurant. As always, all opinions are my own.

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  1. Kelli R. 7 May, 2013 at 18:38 Reply

    My husband has had gastric bypass & can literally only eat certain foods/portions. He asked to have a small amount of chicken salad as his meal. The waitress argued they are not allowed to do that as deli items can’t be in the dining area (odd rule). She offered the platter or sandwich which he can’t eat half of the items, let alone the amount of food. He explained it’s a huge waste of food.
    The manager then came over & proceeded to argue with my husband that it’s against their policy to have any deli items in the dining room. My husband advised him of his issue & he refused to accommodate at all. So my husband left. We had a full table & he felt it was worth losing customers over this. We even offered to pay separately at the deli counter then have him rejoin the table. The manager said he’d be asked to leave.
    We have always liked this place before but, now will never return.
    I’m going to be sure to let everyone I know in Boca to NOT come here.

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