Owners John and Sophia Yu with Downtown Westfield Corporation Executive Director Sherry Cronin, Gene Jannotti from the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce, Councilman Keith Loughlin and Councilman Sam Della Fera. Credits: Jackie Lieberman
Co-Owner Sophia Yu with a photo of the traditional Korean speciality bimbim bap, offered alongside New York deli favorites. Credits: Jackie Lieberman
June 9, 2014 at 5:15 PM
WESTFIELD, NJ — New York 8th Ave Deli held a ribbon cutting ceremony June 7 to celebrate its recent opening at 256 East Broad Street. Located in the space formerly used by the WindMill, the quick-service restaurant offers traditional deli foods including hot bagels, hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches, smoothies, breakfasts, soups, daily hot specials and burritos, as well as a few Korean specialties including traditional bimbim bap.
Owners John and Sophia Yu came to Westfield after running a deli for 27 years on New York’s 8th Avenue.
“My friend told me it was very nice here,” Sophia Yu said, and the couple agreed.
Free delivery and catering available. To learn more, visit www.ny8thavedeli.com.