A deli in Bucks County is celebrating National Sandwich Month with a huge offering that will feed more than a few people.
The Borscht Belt Delicatessen, located at 2124 South Eagle Road in Newtown, has created a monumental sandwich for the month of August. “The Meshuggenah” is described as a mega-sized Kellerman’s sandwich, with double the pastrami and corned meat, turkey, Russian dressing, and coleslaw, complete with toasted seeded Rye and Swiss cheese.
At $27 a sandwich, proceeds from the sales of this giant dish will go on to assist the Bucks County Housing Group and support their Food Pantry Programs.
Co-owned by Mike Dalewitz and Chef Nick Liberato, the deli was a popular spot in New Jersey, having had their main location at 19 Bridge Street in Stockton for many years. Offering New York-style Jewish deli dishes, the eatery will be the latest addition to the town’s wide array of restaurants and dining establishments.
“So, mark your calendars for August, and head over to Borscht Belt Deli to grab your Meshuggenah!” the owners said online. “Not only will you indulge in a delicious feast, but you’ll also contribute to a worthy cause.”
Learn more at the Borscht Belt Delicatessen.