Soon-To-Be Smithtown Deli Gets Sign, Awning [Photos]

Construction continues on the West Main Street deli, Nino's Delicatessen.

Although a stop work order issued in June temporarily derailed work on the soon-to-be deli taking over the former home to , the work at Nino's Delicatessen has continued with the addition of a sign and awning.

The stop work order was issued by the Town of Smithtown for work done on the building's exterior because of a variance that was needed to install a window on the east side of the building, according to deli owner Anthony Garofalo. That window has since been installed.

Garofalo said the deli would have European style refrigerators and seating, and will serve heroes, hot food, salads, soups, breakfast food and more. 

John K. Massaro August 02, 2012 at 07:24 PM
No reason to be snitty... Maybe it was something they did with it. Maybe it was the cut of meat they were buying, but it was good & salty & fatty - just the way I like my Pastrami. I've never had better since. Believe it or not, Subway (of all places) comes pretty close...
Tim ENPT August 02, 2012 at 11:51 PM
Good luck, the place looks great!
Scootz August 03, 2012 at 10:26 AM
What does the future hold for a deli with no parking.
John K. Massaro August 03, 2012 at 02:12 PM
Ask the guy's at Anderson's Deli in Kings Park, they've been there for 30+ years now - with no parking lot...
GLENN August 03, 2012 at 07:02 PM
Can't wait!


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