Chabad brings a charcuterie pop-up to Avenue February 27 | Religious News

The Chabad Edelman Jewish Center is offering a Jewish deli pop-up in New York City on Sunday, February 27.

What is on the menu? Sandwiches, packed with a quarter pound of meat (pastrami, corned beef or roast turkey) imported from New York.

Each deli sandwich is served on rye bread with topping options (lettuce, tomato, onions, mustard, mayonnaise or ketchup) and is served with a slice of dill pickle, choice of potato salad , an Israeli salad or a coleslaw. The cost is $15.99 to $17.99 per plate.

Salads will also be sold as a side dish. Potato salad, coleslaw or Israeli salad are $2.99 ​​each.

New to the menu is a 16-ounce serving of Matzah Ball Soup for $4.99. Potato chips and dill pickle slices ($1 each) are also available. Bottled water and cans of soda are available for $1.50.

Food will be available from noon to 4 p.m. for pick up or dinner in the Chabad Center social room, which will be set up with plenty of tables to sit at. The center is located at 16830 E. Avenue des Fontaines.

People are encouraged to pre-order food by Friday, February 25 at noon to ensure availability. Organizers said response to the event has increased with dozens of meals already ordered from the Chabad website, JewishFountainHills.com/jewishdeli.

The event benefits ongoing Chabad activities.