In August, Zaidy’s Deli & Bakery celebrated the one-year anniversary of re-opening in its new location at 600 S. Holly St. in Denver’s Washington Virginia Vale neighborhood.
The Jewish deli had a 35-year history serving the community when it closed its Cherry Creek North location in October 2020. It got its start by original owner Gerard Rudofsky, who stayed on in a consultant role when the restaurant changed hands to father-and-son team Max and Joel Appel and Beth Ginsberg.
Zaidy’s is a local mainstay for matzo ball soup, potato latke sandwiches, pastrami and other New York-style Jewish comfort foods. New developments to the restaurant include smoking its own salmon and roasting its own meats, and an in-house bakery.
To learn more about Zaidy’s Deli & Bakery, visit zaidysdeli.com.
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