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Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli to Replace Harvest House in Wilmington

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Rosenfeld’s Jewish Delicatessen is bringing its legendary grilled reuben sandwiches to Wilmington this summer./Adobe Stock photo

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Get ready, Wilmington: a Delmarva favorite is coming to town.

Rosenfeld’s Jewish Delicatessen will be opening its fourth location in Wilmington this summer, the restaurant announced via Facebook. This is the first eatery that will be with the deli’s new operations partner, Big Fish Restaurant Group.

The deli will be located at 1204 N. Washington St., taking over the previous location of Harvest House next to Washington Street Ale House.

“Customers will be able to dine-in, carry out, order online, and obtain various catering options for home, offices and events,” Rosenfeld’s wrote in its Facebook post.

The eatery hopes to be open by June, “but the actual date will depend on some matters outside of our control,” the post read. Rosenfeld’s finished the social media post with: “We look forward to serving Wilmington! Get ready to TREAT YOUR BELLY!”

Harvest House also posted on its Facebook prior to closing its doors on Feb. 29.

“We are grateful for the opportunity to have served you, and excited for our new partnership with Warren Rosenfeld that will allow us to continue doing so. We can’t wait to bring Rosenfeld’s Delicatessen to downtown Wilmington in summer 2020! In the meantime, please visit us at our other Big Fish Restaurant Group locations,” the Facebook post read.

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