Heidi's Brooklyn Deli - CLOSED
Denver, CO 80211
Brooklyn-to-Denver transplants Heidi and Steve Naples created Heidi's Brooklyn Deli in the summer of 1997, taking their initial venture, Heidi's Bagels and Ice Cream, and adding everything they could think of that was great about Brooklyn's delis, from fresh-baked breads to high-quality meats. The result is a chain of franchised soup-and-sandwich joints that offer up tasty meals at fair prices. Today you can find Heidi's outlets from California to Maine, and any Denver location is a great place to stop for a casual lunch or quick take-home dinner.
Tips from foursquare
The restroom door doesn't lock. So, be careful!
#16 #16 #16
First ate here with girl I dated, still think this one is the best.
Have a Bronx Bomber on marble rye. You won't be sorry!
Sourdough bread is the best.
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The Matador is moving into the original home of Heidi's Deli, at 3496 West 32nd Avenue. But not as quickly as it had wanted to.... More on Heidi's Brooklyn Deli »
The original location of Heidi's Brooklyn Deli closes at 3 p.m. today, vacating the century-old building at 3130 Lowell Boulevard... More on Heidi's Brooklyn Deli »
Today is the last day of service at the original location of Heidi's Brooklyn Deli, 3130 Lowell Boulevard. The shop will be open from... More on Heidi's Brooklyn Deli »