First Ever Jewish Restaurant and Deli in Doylestown to Host Grand Opening on Friday and Saturday

Image via Matzah Balls
The new Doylestown eatery closed its doors just days after opening.

The first Jewish restaurant and deli in the history of Doylestown will be opening at the end of the week.

Matzah Balls, an authentic Jewish restaurant and delicatessen, will open at 24 N. Main Street on Friday. Offering deli classics like corned beef and pastrami sandwiches, brisket, and matzah ball soup, the new eatery is bound to add a little more variety to the towns’a already-eclectic dining scene.

Founder and chef Franco Federico had helmed several other eateries over the past 40 years, including Fountainside Seafood & Grille, Ariana’s Ristorante Italiano, and La Dolce Vita Da Franco.

The menu of Matzah Balls will also include gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. A native Italian, Federico will also offer cuisine influenced by his home country’s famous cooking, with several “Italian Specialities” being offered at the new establishment.

A restaurant/deli combination, customers can come in a select from a wide array of sliced meats, cheese, and fish.

The grand opening will feature a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 3 PM on Friday. Mayor Nori West will be present at the ceremony. From Friday to Saturday, there will be live music from 8 PM to 11PM.

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