It’s Always Something…Isn’t It?


We just re-opened the deli yesterday after a nice, two week holiday break, only to find that we have a major underground water leak and must shut off the water until the pipe is located and repaired or replaced!  YIKES!

A restaurant can not operate without water, so we’re closed until the pipe is located and repaired. We’re sorry to disappoint our customers, but we realized this leak was a big one once we looked at the water meter and saw that we were leaking at least a gallon each minute! We shut down immediately, before any more water was lost and any further damage was done.

Now the work of locating the pipe and repairing it will begin. Please bear with us and we will re-open as soon as possible. Thanks for your understanding.

The Deli Diva and The Deli Dude

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About Chef Anne

Chef Anne and her husband Rob, own The Deli Diva which serves divalicious sandwiches, soups, salads, desserts and more at 1st Ave SW, in historic downtown Largo, Florida. Chef Anne is a culinary travel writer and book author. She has written weekly columns for AOL/Huffington Post and Tampa Bay Start, as well as many travel and food related articles for numerous publications. Her books are available for purchase here: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B0080K92OW Rob is a talented metal artist, creating commissioned pieces of all types for his clients. From sculptures and garden art, as seen at the deli, to decorative estate iron gates and fences, he does it all. Stop by and try something fabulous dahling! Open M-F 11am to 3pm
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