More breaking news has arrived in the up-and-coming town of Stockton, New Jersey!
Amid the controversy of the Stockton Inn renovation, there are even more developments coming to one of our favorite small towns. Fortunately, it seems like the latest arrival in Stockton isn’t facing much criticism at all. Let’s be honest; it’s hard to worry about the introduction of an exciting new feature to the Stockton Market, The Borscht Belt Delicatessen.
A native to Bucks County and star of the Netflix series Restaurants on the Edge, Nick Liberto has revealed plans to launch a New York-style deli inside the Stockton Market. The Borscht Belt Delicatessen will feature indoor and outdoor seating to accommodate plenty of guests in the quaint town of Stockton. Post-covid plans include room for up to 72 guests accompanied by a specialized catering menu offered six days per week.
Who would have thought a New York-style deli would be coming right here to the Delaware River Towns? With vast experience in the world of restaurants, Nick Liberto plans to introduce the culture of American Jewish Delis to this quaint river town.
Restaurants are on the Edge everywhere, and determining a business model that not only works for us during this time, but the community is of optimum importance. Top-priority is to serve up safe and convenient NY-style, “old-school” delicatessen favorites with a savory and contemporary twist, satisfying a variety of food-connoisseurs while keeping every wallet size in mind.– Nick Liberto
You’ll get your pick of daily bagels, fresh lox, of course, a specialty Matzo Ball soup, and plenty more. To top things off, award-winning coffee offered by Paper Plane Coffee will be served each morning at 7 am. Sounds like a win-win!
We’re used to driving into the big city for our favorite delis, but now the goods are coming to us! The Borscht Belt Delicatessen is an exciting arrival to the Stockton Market, and we can’t wait to give you guys a review after our first meal. Stay tuned!