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Introducing Our New Sandwiches

Just in time for National Sandwich Month (August), we’ve added a few new sandwiches to our menu! Meet our BBQ Pork sandwich, Grilled Chicken Sandwich, and Veggie Sandwich. Enjoy our new sandwiches today!

BBQ Pork SandwichBBQ Pork Sandwich

This sandwich delivers a great balance of flavors. Piled between slices of our rosemary garlic sourdough is our all natural roasted pork mixed with barbecue sauce, Vermont cheddar and our house made mustard slaw. Toasted or non-toasted, our BBQ pork sandwich offers a sweet heat complemented by rich textures.

Grilled Chicken Sandwich

Served on our delicious rosemary garlic sourdough, our Grilled Chicken sandwich houses all natural chicken breast, smoked Gouda, mayo, onions, and mixed greens. If you’re looking for a lighter alternative, you must try our Grilled Chicken sandwich. Enjoy the succulent flavors without the guilt.

Veggie Sandwich – Your Way!

Choose your bread and toppings and we’ll make a Veggie Sandwich tailored to your tastes. Our bread is fresh from local bakeries and our veggies are the always the finest and freshest available to us. This is a great option for our vegetarian and vegan friends.

Feeling adventurous? Try one of our new sandwiches today! Order online or come in and visit us Monday-Friday 10:30am-7:30pm and Saturdays 10:30am-4:30pm. Connect with us on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, LinkedIn, and Pinterest – tag us in your photos, share your feedback, or just show us some love!

Happy National Iced Tea Month! Find Out The Benefits Of Drinking Iced Tea

arizona iced teaDid you know June is National Iced Tea Month? What’s even better is that every time you drink a refreshing glass of iced tea, you are also enjoy the many health benefits iced provides.

Vitamins, Minerals, & Anti-Oxidants

Iced tea contains vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants that aid in your health and keeping your calorie consumption in check.

Prevent Cavities

Consuming unsweetened green tea or black tea after eating a sugary treat can help prevent plaque build-up and inhibit bacteria.

Smart Alternative To Sodasiced tea

Enjoying an unsweetened glass of iced tea can be a delicious and healthier alternative to sugary sodas. Swap your soda for an iced tea here and there to help kick your soda addiction.

Help Curb Coffee Addiction

For those of you who are addicted to coffee, substituting iced or hot tea can help you feel better. Tea often has less caffeine than coffee, but can still help you feel energized. Weaning yourself off of coffee by substituting with tea can also help you avoid withdrawal symptoms.

Are there any iced tea lovers out there? What are your favorites? Share your iced tea love with us on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.

Visit Your Neighborhood Deli in Pomona for our yummy selection of bottled iced teas, or enjoy our fresh brewed iced tea. We’re open Monday-Saturday 10:30am-7:30pm.

Have A Salad Your Way For National Salad Month!

National Salad Month is coming to an end, and we’ve saved the best for last. If you’ve been lucky enough to enjoy our Mixed Greens salad, then Salad pomona cayou know what we’re talking about. You call the shots for this yummy and fresh salad. Choose from our fresh veggies, a variety of dressings, and delicious meats and cheeses.

Salad Base

With our Mixed Greens salad, you basically create a salad your way. First, you can choose your salad base. Enjoy a salad with lettuce, mixed greens, or if you prefer, you can create an all spinach salad. It’s up to you, but one thing is certain – we only use the finest and freshest ingredients available to us.

Choose Veggies

Next, you can choose which veggies to add to your salad. We have sliced pickles, sliced cucumber, olives, chopped bell peppers, sliced red onions, tomatoes, and pepperoncinis. Depending on your preferences, you can add any or all of them. That’s the beauty of our mixed greens salad.

Choose Dressing

You can keep your salad simple and light with just oil and vinegar and salt and pepper to dress it. We also have a delicious Balsamic Vinaigrette, which we make in house from our own special recipe. And we make our own Italian dressing in house, which delivers classic Italian flavors. If you like creamy dressing, we have 1000 Island or Ranch dressing, too. You can also make it a dry salad. Like we said, it’s whatever you like.

Meat & Cheese*

For an additional charge, you can add your choice of meat(s) and/or cheese(s). Your cheese options include either Feta cheese, or our Boar’s Head Provolone cheese. For meat, you can add Boar’s Head meats. These include Black Forest Ham, Ovengold Turkey, or Genoa Salami. And if you fancy our Chicken Shawarma, you can add this to your salad as well!

Whatever you choose, it’s sure to be fresh and delicious! You can enjoy it indoors in our dining area, outside on our patio, or take it to-go. You can also order online or call ahead of time, so that your fresh salad is ready when you get to your neighborhood deli in Pomona. Visit us today!

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Celebrate National Salad Month With Our Pasta Salad

Best Salads In Pomona, CAAs National Salad Month rolls on, we take a look at our yummy Pasta Salad. Made fresh in house and served cold, our pasta salad goes well with our yummy sandwiches and is great for catering orders, too.

With summer around the corner, pasta salad is quite refreshing and a crowd favorite. Typically, pasta salads are usually served chilled and made with one of more types of pastas, tossed in a vinegar, oil, or mayonnaise-based dressing. Other ingredients may be added, based on region, availability, preference, and are usually up to the discretion of the chef.

For our pasta salad, we use bowtie pasta mixed with Boar’s Head meat and cheese. We only use the finest and freshest ingredients available to us, and allowing for amazing flavor in every bite.

After cooking and cooling our bowtie pasta, we mix it with chopped red bell peppers, cheese, ham or salami, basil and lemon. But what makes our pasta salad stand out among others is our house made Italian dressing. We have our own special recipe which delivers authentic Italian flavors. A light drizzle is just the right amount to keep our pasta salad light yet flavorful.

After tossing all the ingredients together, our pasta salad is kept cold and ready for serving. Visit your neighborhood deli to enjoy our pasta salad today! Upgrade your sandwich to a meal to add a side of our pasta salad and a fountain drink. If you’re interested in catering, please give us a call at 909-596-5225.

Do you love our pasta salad? Or do you prefer our lentil salad? Share your favorites with us on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, LinkedIn, and Pinterest!

National Grilled Cheese Month

National Grilled Cheese Day has come and gone (April 12), however, you can still celebrate and enjoy the greatness of the grilled cheese. The entire month of April is National Grilled Cheese Month. In honor of the gooey, grilled cheese greatness, Skout.com did a little research about how people feel about the grilled cheese. Here’s what they came up with:

A whopping 86% of the adults surveyed say they “love” grilled cheese sandwiches.

Of these grilled cheese fans, 60% say they prefer a grilled cheese sandwich that mixes two types of cheeses (We prefer three cheeses). Grilled cheese purists only make up 40%.

Speaking of cheese, here are the most popular: American (41%), Cheddar (33%), Mozzarella (10%), Swiss (8%), Provolone (6%), Brie (2%).

As far as bread choices go, here are the favorites: White Bread (51%), Wheat (29%), Sourdough (13%), Rye (4%), Baguette (3%).

To add or not to add? 47% say they like to add extras to their sandwich (ex. tomatoes, pesto), while the other 53% prefer cheese only.

Where do you stand when it comes to grilled cheese sandwiches? Love them? Hate them? We want to know! Share with us on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, LinkedIn, or Pinterest!

For our amazing 3-Cheese Grilled Cheese sandwich and other signature specialties, visit your neighborhood deli in Pomona. We’re located on the corner of Arrow Hwy & Garey Ave (105 E Arrow Hwy) and we’re open Monday-Friday 10:30am-7:30pm.

March is National Nutrition Month

We take both our own health and yours seriously. Our goal is to provide you with a healthy alternative when it comes to dining. Since March is National Nutrition Month, and to go along with this year’s theme, we wanted to help you “Bite Into A Healthy Lifestyle.”

As mentioned, this year’s theme promotes making plans for a healthy lifestyle by consuming fewer calories, making informed food choices, and exercising daily. The goal is to maintain a healthy body weight, reduce the risk of chronic disease, and support overall health maintenance. Below you will find ways to help get you started on the path to a healthy lifestyle.

Consume Less Calories

The key to consuming less calories isn’t about depriving yourself from your guilty pleasures. Instead, practice portion control. Check the label and portion a single serving to enjoy, rather than snacking directly from the box or bag. And to feel fuller longer, incorporate more water, fiber, and protein in your diet. Feeling satiated for longer periods will not only cut down on unhealthy snacking, but you’ll likely feel better as well.

Make Informed Food Choices

When it comes to packaged foods, don’t believe all the claims. Take the time to check the nutrition facts and ingredients to really know what you’re putting into your body. Ingredients are listed in descending order based on the amount within the product. The first few ingredients should be things you can identify, so if it is something you can’t even pronounce, or if there is lots of added sugar or starches, it might be best to skip it.

Daily Exercise

You don’t necessarily need to hit it hard at the gym every day, but a little exercise to get your heart pumping daily is helpful. It is recommended that a person does about 30 minutes of aerobic exercise at least 5 days a week, but you can gradually work your way up to that. Things like taking a walk around the block or the park can get you started on the right path. Not only does exercise help control weight, but it also increases your mood and energy levels and promotes better sleep. For more exercise ideas and tips, you can visit our Health and Fitness board on Pinterest.

It’s always great to start working toward a healthier lifestyle, but if you have any questions or concerns, it’s always best to consult with your doctor. He or she can help you decide what’s best for you, especially if you have any preexisting conditions.

Are you making any changes this month? Exercising more or eating better? We would love to know what you’re doing and hear about your progress. Share with us on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Instagram! You can also connect with us on Vine and LinkedIn, too.

If you’re looking for a quick and healthy meal in Pomona, visit your neighborhood deli! We’re open Monday-Saturday 10:30am-7:30pm to whip up yummy sandwiches and salads just for you. Online ordering is also available Monday-Saturday 10am-7pm.

It’s National Cheese Lover’s Day – Let’s Celebrate!

Cheese lovers, did you know? National Cheese Lover’s Day is on January 20. What’s not to love about cheese? With so many different types, there’s a cheese for every palate.

To celebrate National Cheese Lover’s Day, we are sharing some fun facts about your favorite food (via Foodimentary, International Dairy Foods Association, CNN).

  • Cheese takes up about 1/10 the volume of the milk it was made from.
  • Cheeses are more flavorful at room temperature.
  • Let cold cheese warm up for about half an hour before eating to allow the flavor and aroma to develop.
  • Some studies claim that cheddar, mozzarella, Swiss, and American cheeses can help prevent tooth decay.
  • Do not store cheese with other strong-smelling foods. As a cheese breathes it will absorb other aromas and may spoil.
  • The average American consumes about 31 pounds of cheese each year versus the average French person consuming 50 pounds each year.
  • There are more than 900 known cheeses in the world, and they can all be classified by texture. Here are the primary classifications and some examples: fresh cheese (ricotta); soft cheese (feta); semi-soft cheese (Fontina); semi-hard cheese (Gouda); hard cheese (Cheddar); double or triple crème cheese (Brillat-Savarin); blue cheese (Gorgonzola); washed rind cheese (Limburger); and bloomy rind cheese (Brie).

So how will you celebrate National Cheese Lover’s Day? You can head over to the Brick Market and Deli to indulge in our deliciously gooey three cheese grilled cheese sandwich. Or you can visit our Pinterest page and find a plethora of delicious recipes, many of which feature different cheeses. However you decide to celebrate, we’d like to see. Post pictures on Instagram (don’t forget to tag us @BrickMarketDeli) or leave comments on our Facebook or Google+ pages.

Celebrate National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day At The Brick Market & Deli!

pastrami sandwich inland empireWhat’s not to love about a hot pastrami sandwich? Tasty slices of pastrami are most often served with pickles and mustard on rye bread, but are sometimes paired with coleslaw or Russian dressing, or even served on a French roll. While there are several ways to enjoy a pastrami sandwich, whatever your preference, the great flavor and texture of pastrami is undeniable. Which is why we take a day (January 14, to be exact) to celebrate the deliciousness that is the Hot Pastrami Sandwich.

To celebrate the sandwich, let’s go over a little bit of pastrami history. The Romanian word for preserve - a păstra – is considered the root word of “pastrami.” And that’s exactly what is done. Meats were cured to preserve the meat quality before refrigerators existed. Pastrami was no exception. The meat, usually beef brisket, is cured with a salty paste of spices like coriander, mustard seeds and black peppercorns, and then smoked. The pastrami is sliced, and then reheated before serving.

It is said that the first pastrami sandwich came from a New York deli owned by Sussman Volk in 1887. Legend has it that Sussman let an acquaintance store luggage at his shop in exchange for his pastrami recipe. Pastrami was originally sold in chunks, until Sussman decided to slice it and put it in a sandwich, and the rest is history. So on January 14, let’s take a moment to honor Sussman Volk for introducing us to a deli favorite and enjoy his specialty – a hot pastrami sandwich.

Join us on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 as we celebrate National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day. Our Pastrami sandwich features tasty Boar’s Head pastrami, Dijon mustard, pickles and havarti cheese on fresh marble rye bread. When you purchase our pastrami sandwich on January 14, 2015, you can get a free upgrade to a meal combo. Simply mention our promotion when ordering and you’ll receive a 20 oz fountain drink and a 5 oz side salad of your choice for free! For more details, click here.

Whether you’re celebrating with us, or opt to make your own pastrami sandwich, we want to see how you’re celebrating! Be sure to tag us in your photos @BrickMarketDeli! You can find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest.

 

Celebrate National Brownie Day At The Brick Market & Deli!

December 8 marks National Brownie Day, and we can’t deny a day celebrating one of the sweetest treats! Not quite a cake, not quite a cookie, but delicious nonetheless. Have you ever wondered how brownies came to be?

You may have heard myths like a chef accidentally melted chocolate into biscuit dough, or a cook forgot to add flour to the batter. However, it is said that a special dessert was requested for ladies attending the Chicago 1893 World Fair. The dessert was to be cake-like, yet small enough to be eaten from boxed lunches. A chef at Chicago’s Palmer House Hotel eventually created the first brownie, topped with walnuts and an apricot glaze. To this day, the same recipe is still served there (now “The Palmer House Hilton”).

As delicious as the original sounds, there’s no denying that over the years, some innovative and tasty variations on brownie recipes have emerged. From simple to inventive, what are your favorite brownie recipes? Let us know – find us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest!

To celebrate National Brownie Day, we would like to offer you a FREE brownie, no purchase necessary! Simply visit us on Monday December 8, 2014 and get a free brownie, while supplies last. See you then!