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Kravitz Delicatessen's Newest Ownership Celebrates National Deli Month

Kravitz Delicatessen's Newest Ownership Celebrates National Deli Month


YOUNGSTOWN, OH
Tuesday, August 1st, 2023

Upon reading the announcement of the Kravitz Delicatessen’s plans to celebrate this month’s National Deli Month, tradition, a commitment to culture, and revitalization of the deli’s role in the community shine through. Owner Matthew Rydarowicz is revisiting traditional approaches and recalling his own roots in being a deli customer as he seeks to tap into the hearts of potential customers while supporting a cause all at once.

Matthew Rydarowicz, Owner, Kravitz Delicatessen“Every time I came into the deli, I ate something delicious,” the 36-year-old recalled in a recent press release. “I know it is challenging, but that just means I must work harder. I strongly believe that customers are always going to appreciate delicious sandwiches and other high-quality products.”

Rydarowicz is embracing National Deli Month as a chance to celebrate these traditions.

“Our Chef comes in every morning to cook our turkey and corned beef, make our soups and various salads, and then we serve it all with authentic Jewish rye bread,” he commented, noting the eatery has returned to serving only top-shelf meats for all its sandwiches. “I am dedicated to making sure that maintaining top standards is always the priority.”

Kravitz Delicatessen has announced its plans to celebrate this month’s National Deli Month

The iconic 84- year-old eatery will be giving special attention all month to the wide breadth of the traditional deli offerings—the meats, cheeses, bakery, and party trays—while supporting The Mahoning Valley Fatherhood Coalition, an organization under the umbrella of the National African American Wellness Agency.

Owner Matthew Rydarowicz is revisiting traditional approaches and recalling his own roots in being a deli customer as he seeks to tap into the hearts of potential customers while supporting a cause all at once

Rydarowicz is donating $1 from every pound of deli meats, salads, and Pastrami Northside sandwiches or topped fries, and will match customers’ gifts to increase the total donation. Meanwhile, customers that donate will be entered into a drawing for a $50 Deli/Bakery gift certificate, so they can enjoy some deli goodness once more.

With additional deals highlighting Jewish deli traditions, such as savings on Pastrami, which has always been an important part of the Kravitz Deli offerings, Rydarowicz emphasized that new ownership doesn’t mean some old-school methods aren’t worth maintaining.

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