Seneca Falls Downtown Deli celebrates 30 years in business this week!

The Downtown Deli at 53 Fall Street in Seneca Falls has been serving giant New York style deli sandwiches, subs, bagels, soups and salads to over 100,000 satisfied customers for 30 years this month.

Established in April of 1994, Ann Sandroni and her husband Pat Sandroni purchased the restaurant and began operation in 1996. An original New York deli sandwich shop, Downtown Deli prides itself on offering authentic New York Style overstuffed sandwiches, fast and affordable.

Downtown Deli has a steady stream of loyal customers that love the fast, friendly service and the New York City flavor.

Community has always been at the top of the Downtown Deli’s priority list. From offering a Free Thanksgiving dinner to hundreds of people for 18 years, to sponsoring or helping with countless local charities and organizations, Ann Sandroni and the Deli have always been on hand to help.

Groups like Habitat for Humanity, American Cancer Society, the High School Graduation Project, Mynderse Bass Fishing Club, Seneca Falls Canal Fest, Seneca Falls Little League, the It’s a Wonderful Life Festival, Summer Music in the Park, the Police Benevolent Association, Seneca Falls Fire Department, United Way’s Taste of Spring, the Seneca County House of Concern, Seneca Falls Performing Arts Center, Seneca Community Players, The Women’s Right to Run 19K, Annual Toy Drive, Seneca Falls Rotary and many more have all benefitted from the generosity of Sandroni and the Downtown Deli staff.

Congratulations to the Downtown Deli on achieving this momentous milestone of community belonging and service.