Benjies New York Deli
New York Style Delicatessen with Delicious Authentic Recipes at a Great Value
Orange County’s Favorite Spot
To Discover Quality Jewish Food
First opening our doors in 1967, Benjies NY Deli has been a landmark of authentic Jewish food. Our family-owned and operated NY-style deli and restaurant boasts the classics you crave—from bagels and lox and matzo ball soup to pastrami on rye. One of the only old-school Jewish restaurants in Orange County, we pride ourselves in excellent service and unbeatable eats that will leave you feeling like you’re back in Bubbe’s 1960s Brooklyn kitchen.
We are a cornerstone of the North Tustin and Santa Ana communities and widely recognized as a must-experience restaurant in Orange County.
Join Us For:
- For a Drink
We feature home style Jewish favorites like matzo ball soup, the best corned beef and pastrami deli style sandwiches, triple deckers, deli platters, a full dinner and breakfast menu with daily and early bird specials. Come into Avenue K and relax in our comfortable bar for all your favorite sports events featured on our 8 satellite TV’s. Family owned and operated.
Southern California’s Famous
Authentic Jewish Deli Near You
Founder Stan Weinstein’s journey began back in the 1940s when he moved from a tiny Brooklyn brownstone to sunny Southern California with a dream of opening an authentic Jewish deli. Benjies is a neighborhood staple for classic Jewish dishes, a place to build memories with family and friends. No matter what you’re celebrating: love, life, or the promise of laughter, Benjies is there to treat you.
Stop by our deli, restaurant, or full bar, or take us home with you. Our catering service allows you to bring the joy of home-cooked Jewish food to the dining room table without the schlep. With a vast menu of classic and contemporary dishes, Benjies has something to satisfy the whole family.
Purchasing Richies Drive-In Restaurant w/roller skating carhops.
Purchased Squires coffee shop at 1828 N. Tustin Ave. Santa Ana, CA
Est. October 8, 1967
Squires Coffee Shop remodeled and Benjies was opened- where it still is today.