This Route 29 Deli Continues to Expand and Provide Creative Offerings
Earlier this year, I blogged about the opening of Mont Clare Deli. At the time, the deli was in its early stages of establishing residency in Mont Clare, which began with a revamped kitchen. Today, the deli is bustling with residents, travelers, and people looking to support Steel City’s newest location.
Out With Old in With New
We all know that Mont Clare Deli took over the building that used to be the Eagle’s Nest. Despite the residential love for Eagle’s Nest, the business closed and left customers without a go-to spot for a quick bite.
Owner Laura Simpson stepped up and modernized the longstanding deli with a vibrant and creative twist. In April, I was given a tour of the building and presented with a preview of the menu. Now that the business has been open for over 5 months, customers are able to see Simpson’s ideas become reality.
In mid-September, Mont Clare Deli had its grand opening, which coincided with the reveal of the beer garden.
The owners, Ed and Laura Simpson, were also awarded a certificate for their contributions to the community from Mayor Peter Urscheler. Alongside Laura were her colleagues and family who she thanked for helping her through each step of opening Mont Clare Deli.
True to her word, Mont Clare Deli also has a market and take-out beer. The touch of Steel City and the hometown vibes shine through in her ability to connect people to quality food and service.
If you’re looking to try a new, unique deli–check out Mont Clare Deli on Route 29. Also, give this video a watch as it gives you an idea of what you will experience at the business.
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