Southwest Business Spotlight: Weber’s Deli

Weber's Deli

Sam and Sue of Weber’s Deli are humble, honest, hard working people. They bought the deli in 1982 as a way to get by, but little did they know they would still be running the Southwest staple 42 years later. Through changes in the neighborhood and a global pandemic, Sam and Sue have adapted to the needs of the community and are still going strong, serving the best Jewish corned beef and pastrami hoagies in town.

Kelly, a lifelong customer of Weber’s, can vouch for the corned beef which she said was her favorite. “All their food is fresh and made daily, so I love it,” she said. Sam said he remembers when Kelly was just a baby; he used to buy the deli’s produce from her father. These types of connections speak to the tight-knit nature of the relationships that exist in this community, something that Sam and Sue are able to embody without even trying.

If you’re having a wedding, birthday, or work party, consider ordering one of Weber’s party trays, or just stop in for a sandwich on your next lunch break!

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