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Rosh Hashanah dinner & Yom Kippur “Break the Fast” at Chompie’s Deli

When the sun goes down on Wednesday September 20th Jews around the world will celebrate the start of Rosh Hashanah, the highest of holidays on the Jewish calendar celebrating the new year, 5777. Like many holidays spending time with family in the kitchen and around the dinner table is a mainstay of the celebration.

Family owned Chompie’s Delicatessen is celebrating by serving a traditional Rosh Hashanah dinner followed nine nights later for Yom Kippur with a “Break the Fast” take out available at sundown on September 30th.

Rosh Hashanah dinner

A traditional 4-course Rosh Hashanah dinner is available to dine-in or take-out from Chompie’s. The menu includes a starter or Chopped Liver or Gefilte Fish, soup, an entrée choice of a half roasted chicken, braised brisket, salmon, or roasted breast of turkey. Entrees come with a choice of potato or vegetable and assorted holiday cakes are available for dessert.

Guests can order items a la carte or family meals that serve 8 people for $249.95 or 4 people for $129.95

Old World Tzimmi

Yom Kippur “Break the Fast”

After we’ve spent the 24 hour period from sundown on the 29th to sundown on the 30th atoning for our sins by fasting, all we can think about is when and what we can eat.

Chompie’s will be preparing take-out dinner to “Break the Fast” which includes gourmet smoked fish, deli salads along with gluten-free desserts and more.

Rosh HashanahNew challah at Chompie’s

Available for the first time at Chompie’s are two new challah loafs. The Jerusalem challah is found in the markets of the holy city and are topped with poppy, sunflower, black sesame and pumpkin seeds. The sweet Maripan challah has almond paste spread throughout the soft, fluffy inside with slice almonds adorning the outside of the bread.

The Borenstein’s found theses new loafs this year when they visited Israel and are the first in Arizona to serve this authentic bread. Each loaf is $6.99 and is made fresh daily.

24 our notice is needed o place an order and to find a Chompie’s Deli near you go to their website .

Chompie’s donates for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and locally owned Chompie’s Delicatessen is donating to Singleton Moms $1 from each item sold on a special 3 entree menu for the whole month. The 3 items on the menu are….

  • Josh’s Whole Grain French Toast ($7)
  • Fitness Omelet ($12)
  • Classic Grandpa Ruby’s Reuben ($17)

The money donated to Singleton Moms helps the local non-profit provide financial support, groceries, supplies and support groups to single parent families affected by cancer.

Throughout 2017 the family owned Chompie’s has made and will continue to make a donation to Singleton Moms  when a kid’s meal is purchased.

All 5 Phoenix area Chompie’s are participating in the supporting Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

 

Chompie’s on the Food Network’s “Ginormous Food” Fri. June 2nd.

Any national attention a local restaurant can get is always good for the Phoenix food community. Friday June 2nd, is when the family owned, N.Y. style deli Chompie’s will be seen by a national TV audience on Food Network’s “Ginormous Food” show.

The episode will feature Chompie’s “Bubbie’s Belly Buster” slider which weighs in at a GINORMOUS 10 pounds. Taking 48 hours to prepare, the slider is made with 4 lbs. of sliced brisket, 12 oz. of brown gravy, 12 slices of Monterrey Jack cheese and a 24 oz. potato pancake, all served on a 36 oz. Challah roll.

Getting hungry yet? Up for a challenge? If so you’re in luck as Chompie’s is preparing this meal that serves 8-10 people available for only $129.99 & 48 hour notice.

Too much food for you, say what! Then stop in to one of the 5 Phoenix area Chompie’s from June 2nd -18th and you can “Ginormous size” your order of Jewish sliders by doubling the size. The platter will include 3 sliders that will now be 6 in. wide for $29.99(regularly $44.97) twice the size of the usual 3 in. wide sliders.

This is not the first time Chompie’s and their sliders have made a nationwide TV appearance as the Tempe location was featured on the Travel Channel’s “Man vs Food” in 2010. On that episode show host Adam Richman tried to complete the “Ultimate Slider Challenge” in less than 30 minutes. Unfortunately the slider platter got the best of him and he failed the challenge.

The episode “Phoenix Finest Imports” will also feature El Palacio & Porkopolis, both in Chandler.

The episode premiers on Fri. June 2nd at 8 p.m. CST and will be repeated several times. To take the challenge or Ginormous Up find a Chompie’s near you at https://chompies.com/

 

 

 

CELEBRATE FALL WITH SCRUMPTIOUS AUTUMN TREATS AT CHOMPIE’S

MADE FROM SCRATCH BAKERY AND MENU ITEMS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME

Fall is finally in the air and Chompie’s, Arizona’s New York Deli, is celebrating with delicious new made-from scratch treats in their bakeries and restaurants.

Fall flavors in the bakeries include:

· Pumpkin Bagels

· Pumpkin Cream Cheese

· Pumpkin Spice Muffins

· Gourmet Pumpkin Scones

· Pumpkin Loaf with Pumpkin Icing

· Orange and Brown Cookies

· Orange-Cranberry Bagels

· Orange-Cranberry Scones

Enjoy for dine in in our restaurants: (Breakfast items served all day!)

Pumpkin-Cranberry-Pecan Pancakes-Gourmet pumpkin pancakes made from our house scratch batter filled with cranberries and pecans.
Cranberry-Pumpkin Waffles
Pumpkin Crème Brulée -Our Featured Autumn Dessert!

Autumn treats are only available for a limited time at all four of Chompie’s locations in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Chandler. Bakery selections may vary by location. To download a complete menu goes to www.chompie’s.com.

L’ Chaim! It’s time to celebrate Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur at Chompies Deli

For a week in the middle of September the Jewish religion celebrates the New Year w/ Rosh Hashanah and the repenting holiday Yom Kippur. Whether you celebrate the holiday or just love traditional Jewish food, Chompies Deli www.chompies.com will be serving and celebrating.

Three of Chompie’s Phoenix area restaurants will be serving a traditional Rosh Hashanah Dinner on Sunday, September 16th between 5 and 8 pm. Reservations are now being accepted at the Phoenix/PV Mall, Scottsdale, and Chandler locations. (The regular dining menu with holiday favorites will be available at Chompie’s Tempe location.)

The delicious holiday menu includes starters plus your choice of appetizer, entrée, sides, soup and dessert—with favorites such as apples and honey, house made chopped liver, gefilte fish, potato latkes, roasted chicken with honey apricot reduction, tender braised brisket of beef, Chompie’s famous chicken soup with matzo ball and much more. This holiday dine-in meal is just $26.95 per adult, $12.95 per child (10 & under). Special 4- and 8- person complete holiday dinners are also available for take-out, as are all of Chompie’s holiday a la carte selections and bakery favorites. Place your Rosh Hashanah Take-Out Menu order of $100 or more by Monday, September 10th and get a free fresh-baked honey or sponge cake.

The Jewish High Holidays season begins at sundown on Rosh Hashanah (9/16) and ends with Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement (9/26). On Chompie’s Break the Fast Yom Kippur Take-Out Menu, you’ll find a wide variety of holiday favorites for your celebration at home—from smoked fish, homemade deli salads, and holiday pastries to bagels and blintzes. All Chompie’s locations will be open on Yom Kippur, September 26th. Place your Break the Fast Yom Kippur to-go order of $100 or more by Wednesday, September 19th and get a free Honey or Sponge Cake. For Chompie’s Rosh Hashanah and Break the Fast Yom Kippur menus, visit www.chompies.com.

CHOMPIE’S 3RD ANNUAL ULTIMATE SLIDER CELEBRATION Featuring Jewish Sliders, a Customer Favorite Featured on Travel Channel’s Man v. Food, for Just 99 Cents

 
On Wednesday, July 18, 2012, Chompie’s, Arizona’s New York Deli Since 1979, will host their 3rd Annual Customer Appreciation Ultimate Slider Celebration, offering customers Jewish Sliders™ (normally $3.99 each) for just $.99 each from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (or while supplies last) to thank them for their support over the past 33 years Chompie’s has enjoyed their patronage.
The annual event was born on July 14, 2010 to celebrate the premiere TV broadcast of Chompie’s Ultimate Slider Challenge on Travel Channel’s Man v. Food season 3 “Phoenix” episode, featuring host Adam Richman attempting the Challenge. That day, Chompie’s four locations in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Chandler sold more than 7,600 $.99 Jewish Sliders combined. At one point, the crowd waiting to get into Chompie’s Tempe, where Man v. Food was filmed, filled the lobby and wrapped around the building. The following summer’s Ultimate Slider Celebration proved to be even more popular with customers, a.k.a. “Chompers”, who enjoyed over 8,650 $.99 Jewish Sliders on July 20, 2011.
The Ultimate Slider Challenge was conceived in late 2009, when, as big fans of Travel Channel’s Man v. Food, Chompie’s owners, the Borenstein family, thought, if anybody is known for huge portions, it’s us. Shortly thereafter, in early 2010, Chompie’s put the Challenge on the menu. It consists of a platter filled with twelve original Jewish Sliders and a mound of onion strings, totaling 5 pounds of food, which a challenger must finish within 30 minutes. Winners are awarded a free Ultimate Slider Challenge t-shirt, a coveted spot on Chompie’s Wall of Fame and the meal free.
Within a few months of its introduction, Travel Channel’s Man v. Food producers happened across Chompie’s Ultimate Slider Challenge online and called to say the show’s host, Adam Richman, wanted visit Chompie’s to give the challenge a try. The rest is Jewish Slider history. “When we first put it on our menu, we just thought the challenge would be fun for our customers,” says co-owner, Wendy Borenstein-Tucker, who enjoys seeing the astonished look on customers’ faces when the gargantuan platter is set before a challenger. “We dreamed, of course, but we never expected it would actually be on national TV! We knew our customers would be thrilled too, so we held a celebration that included them–our first Ultimate Slider Celebration.” Chompie’s Man v. Food episode, featuring Adam’s Ultimate Slider Challenge, was filmed at Chompie’s Tempe location on March 18, 2010. When the show premiered, no one had yet succeeded in winning the Challenge, including Adam. To-date, only 9 people have succeeded out of nearly 200 attempts.
The popularity of Chompie’s famous Jewish Slider continues to grow. “It’s amazing what a not-so-little sandwich can do,” says Wendy. “It makes people happy and brings people together. That’s what Chompie’s has always been about.”
Chompie’s original Jewish Slider consists of a mini-challah roll filled with moist lean beef brisket, Jack cheese, a crispy homemade potato pancake and brown gravy. Chompie’s N.Y. style delicatessen, restaurant, bagel factory, bakery, and caterer, has served the Valley since 1979 with mouthwatering breakfast-all-day, lunch, and dinner 7-days a week. Chompie’s four restaurants in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Chandler are individually owned and operated. For more information, visit www.chompies.com.