Cass St. Deli will open first location in Hyde Park next week

Just a week away from dogs and fat sammies.

click to enlarge Cass St. Deli will open first location in Hyde Park next week
GARRETT GARCIA

The day has come, Cass St. Deli will debut in its brick and mortar on Wednesday, June 26 at 11 a.m.

No more waiting around for pop-ups, once the doors open you’ll have access to Tampa’s first and only New York-style Jewish deli 5 days a week.

Located 1331 W Cass Street in North Hyde Park, the deli’s regular hours will run Wednesday through Friday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m.-3 p.m. 

In a recent statement general manager and co-owner, Sean O’Brien, what the deli plans on bringing Tampa Bay in a more permanent capacity. 

”We are making the highest quality Jewish classics in a way that is true to their timeless recipes. All of our meats are smoked in house. Same goes for our soups, sides, knishes, salads, and anything else we can successfully make.”

Other goods on hand include bread and pastries from Jamison B. Breadhouse, hot dogs from Tambuzzo Sausage Co., bagels from Bella's Bakes, cakes, bagels and coffee from Blind Tiger Coffee, and desserts from WeVegan Eats. 

Guests can also slide by to grab sliced meat, loaves of fresh bread, craft condiments, soups, desserts and even boxes of Matzo meal. 

Cass St. Deli is ready to feed Tampa Bay, and we're already loosening our belt loops. 

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