Missing NYC? Get Your Fix at Delray Beach Market! 

Former New Yorker or just a lover of NYC ? Or, just dreaming of skyscrapers and Broadway?


Start spreading the news … Delray Beach Market has all the fixings to give you a proper NYC foodie experience! 


Visitors can take a bite of the Big Apple from afar through several of our vendors who offer classic NYC cuisine, including Big T’s Delicatessen, Salvo’s Pizza, Bona Bona, and more.


Read on to hear how you can get your big city fix at Florida’s favorite foodie destination…

NYC Food: It’s Unforgettable! 

New York may be the city that never sleeps … But all that hustling around sure does work up an appetite. Is it any wonder that it’s famed for its delicious foods? 


For foodies, New York City conjures up visions of specialties like pizza, bagels, and colorful Italian cookies. These items are frequently copied in other places, but they rarely achieve authentic results. 

Happily, Delray Beach Market is different.


Many of our vendors have roots in NYC. Others source their ingredients directly from the Big Apple. Either way, you’re guaranteed to get authentic, delicious results that will make you feel like you’re sauntering on the city sidewalks! 


Here are just a few of the vendors you’ll want to hit up…

Big T’s Delicatessen 

Craving a city-style deli sandwich? Run, don’t walk, to  Big T’s Delicatessen. There, you can start the day right with a bagel from NYC’s famed H&H Bagels — they’ve got plain, sesame, cinnamon raisin, and everything bagels. You can nab one with butter, cream cheese, flavored cream cheese, or smoked salmon cream cheese…


Later on in the day, drop in for a classic Corned Beef or Pastrami (or both!). Former tri-state area residents will jump for joy when they see the “Jerzee Breakfast” sandwich on the menu — a Garden State classic featuring pork roll, egg and cheese on a roll or bagel. Don’t knock it til ya try it!

Salvo’s Pizzeria 

New York City and pizza are practically synonymous. If you’re craving a floppy slice, Salvo’s Pizzeria will definitely be a sight for sore eyes! 


This pizzeria combines NYC style and Sicilian heritage, and the results are delicious. 

You can pick up a hand-tossed New York-style slice or upgrade to a whole pie. They’ve also got Sicilian slices and Southern Italian-style pies. 


Even better news: Salvo’s is open late! So if you’re hitting up our late happy hour or just need a late-night snack, it’s the perfect spot. 

Sorello’s Pasta 

Dreaming of strolling the streets of Little Italy? Make your dreams a reality with a visit to 

Sorella’s Pasta


This innovative shop offers build-your-own pasta as well as fresh pasta to take home. It’s all lovingly prepared by pasta maker Austreberta Mercado, who has decades worth of experience in kitchens from New York City to South Florida. 

Bona Bona

Sweet fancy! You can nab an Italian rainbow cookie (an NYC classic!) in ice cream form at Bona Bona. This creative creamery features the work of Chef Nick Di Bona, who’s come up with a hybrid of Italian gelato and American-style ice cream to form a frozen delight that’s unlike anything else.


The menu features Italian Rainbow Cookie ice cream as well as an Italian Rainbow Cookie ice cream sandwich. Don’t miss them! 


Take a Bite of the Big Apple at Delray Beach Market! 

Former New Yorkers feeling nostalgic for their hometown treats can get a taste of home at Delray Beach Market. Come visit soon and see for yourself how delicious and authentic these NYC creations taste!


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