Ben’s In the News

March 4, 2012
Justice 4 Autism Certificate of Appreciation

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February, 2012
Ben's Recognition In The Community

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Nassau County Office of The Executive                        Nassau County Legislature


Town of North Hempstead                                                 New York State Assembly

February 28, 2012
A Message From New York Governor, Andrew M. Cuomo

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Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor, State of New York

February 28, 2012
A Message From Florida
 Congressman, Ted Deutch

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Ted Deutch - Congressman, 19th District, Florida

February 28, 2012
A Message From New York
Senator, Kirsten E. Gillibrand

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Kirsten E. Gillibrand - U.S. Senator, New York

FEBRUARY 24, 2012

Gino Saroli/ Long Island Pulse Magazine

Foodie Gossip March 2012

LI mainstay Ben's Delicatessen & Caterers is celebrating 40 years in business this year, so in addition to its robust, diverse Kosher fare, there will be Daily Deals and promotions at its multiple locations across Nassau County. Every day through the entirety of 2012, Ben's will offer a different special that is dedicated to the theme of either "1972" or "40 years." Recent deals have included a potato pudding sampler for 40 cents, and a "buy one, get one free" opportunity for those born in 1972.

February 24, 2012

John Tanasychuk/ SunSentinel.com

Ben's Deli Stacks Up

3-1/2 stars out of 4

First Impression: The big and busy, South Florida-style Jewish deli -- once epitomized by the now-closed Wolfie Cohen's Rascal House in Sunny Isles Beach -- has been replaced with Ben's New York Kosher Delicatessen. Arrive at about 6 p.m., and you'll stand in line, despite the 242-seat dining room. The menu runs from old-style classics such as beef-tongue Polonaise ($9.99 appetizer or $19.99 dinner) to new-fangled veggie burgers ($8.99). READ MORE...

February 20, 2012

Joan Reminick/ Long Island Newsday.com

Ben's Deli Celebrates 40th B-day with Reunion

Back in 1972, restaurateur Ronnie Dragoon launched the First Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant in Baldwin. Although that particular venue has since closed, there are three Long Island branches of Ben's -- in Woodbury, Carles Place and Greenvale. READ MORE...

February 16, 2012
Cancer Center For Kids

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Ben's participates in the 2012 Black & White Ball at the Cancer Center for Kids at Winthrop-University Hospital.

January 27, 2012

Rich Bockmann/ TimesLedger.com

Bay Terrace Toasts Ben's Deli Milestone

Ben's Delicatessen may not have invented the pastrami sandwich, but according to the Bay Terrace eatery's customers, it has come pretty darn close to perfecting it.

It's the only place you can get a good, greasy Jewish sandwich," Dave Dancyger said earlier this week, as he stopped by to pick up lunch. READ MORE...

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