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About Ruven’s

About Ruven’s

Authentic Delicatessen Menu & Venue

Delicatessen is a word that gets thrown around pretty carelessly these days. It’s a term that takes in any food counter that offers meats and cheeses, maybe some potato salad or sliced nova. But once upon a time, delicatessen meant something. It meant experienced cooks crafting family favorites –the same Jewish soul food that mothers and Bubbes made for their own families. It meant Kasha Varnishkes, Kishka, Flanken, Chicken Fricassee, Hungarian Beef Goulash, Kreplach, Chicken in the Pot, Tongue Polonaise, Chicken in the Basket and more. 

Real deli might be endangered,
but it’s not gone…

Authentic Delicatessen Menu & Venue

Delicatessen is a word that gets thrown around pretty carelessly these days. It’s a term that takes in any food counter that offers meats and cheeses, maybe some potato salad or sliced nova. But once upon a time, delicatessen meant something. It meant experienced cooks crafting family favorites –the same Jewish soul food that mothers and Bubbes made for their own families. It meant Kasha Varnishkes, Kishka, Flanken, Chicken Fricassee, Hungarian Beef Goulash, Kreplach, Chicken in the Pot, Tongue Polonaise, Chicken in the Basket and more. 

Real deli might be endangered,
but it’s not gone…

The Real Deal

You’ll find true New York delicatessen food and ambiance at Ruven’s

Ruven’s is a Kosher-style delicatessen just like the first one Steve Ratinetz opened in New York in 1990. When he moved to Florida, he learned that many of his regulars had moved south, but they still craved the food they’d grown up with. Steve knew he could re-create their favorites, but he went one step further and re-created a little slice of New York. We may be in South Florida, but step inside Ruven’s, and the aroma of the dishes you remember along with the murals of old New York and the brick walls and fire escapes reminiscent of tenement neighborhoods will take you back.

“Ruven’s looks like delicatessens from the 1930s.  It has that hamish feel to it. You can’t miss it when you walk in.” -Steve Ratinetz, Owner

The Real Deal

“Ruven’s looks like delicatessens from the 1930s.  It has that hamish feel to it. You can’t miss it when you walk in.”
-Steve Ratinetz, Owner

You’ll find true New York delicatessen food and ambiance at Ruven’s

Ruven’s is a Kosher-style delicatessen just like the first one Steve Ratinetz opened in New York in 1990. When he moved to Florida, he learned that many of his regulars had moved south, but they still craved the food they’d grown up with. Steve knew he could re-create their favorites, but he went one step further and re-created a little slice of New York. We may be in South Florida, but step inside Ruven’s, and the aroma of the dishes you remember along with the murals of old New York and the brick walls and fire escapes reminiscent of tenement neighborhoods will take you back.

COME FOR THE FOOD YOU REMEMBER

Try the homemade soups, fresh salads, full breakfast menu, and of course our famous delicatessen. 

Real Delicatessen. Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 7 days a week.

Come For The Food You Remember

Try the homemade soups, fresh salads, full breakfast menu, and of course our famous delicatessen. 

Real Delicatessen. Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 7 days a week.

Come Nosh With Us! In the Shops of San Marco

CENTRALLY LOCATED IN WEST DELRAY

Come Nosh With Us! In the Shops of San Marco

CENTRALLY  LOCATED  IN  WEST  DELRAY