Stopsky’s Deli expands, remodels | Business news

Stopsky’s Delicatessen is expanding and remodeling the restaurant, and will host a reopening over the weekend of June 7-9.

Stopsky’s Delicatessen is expanding and remodeling the restaurant, and will host a reopening over the weekend of June 7-9.

The restaurant, which just celebrated its second birthday, is adding a new bar and additional seating. As a result, Stopsky’s was closed until June 4.

On June 7-9, as part of the reopening celebration, they will offer happy hour prices on drinks and noshes all day, and at dinner, anyone who orders two entrees will receive $10 off.

Learn more at the Stopsky’s website.

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