Bubbie’s Deli Now Open

I stopped by Bubbie’s to check out Providence’s new kosher deli only to discover that there had been a bit of a hiccup today. Owners Jeff Ingber and Freda Ronkin left this message on their Facebook page.

Late this afternoon we were notified of a possible structural issue with our space. We contacted the appropriate inspectors and out of an ABUNDANCE of CAUTION, we have chosen to close the store on Tuesday June 22nd in order to ensure the space is 100% safe. We truly apologize for any inconvenience and we will see you all on Wednesday.

I’ll be back. Gail Ciampa writes in the ProJo:

. . . the freezer is loaded with staples such as chopped liver, knishes and pizza. The deli case has corned beef and pastrami, along with Jewish deli staples of tongue, salami, bologna and other meats.

But also:

Bubbies will also be the pick-up point for some regional kosher food. Matthew Chan and his Chop Chop business in New York will deliver orders of Cantonese Chinese cuisine as will Ari White, The Wandering Que, with his barbecue.

Hours: Closed Saturdays; Monday thru Thursday, 9am to 6pm; Friday and Sunday, 9am to 2pm.

Bubbie’s Market and Deli, 727 Hope Street, 401.272.4835, (directions)

1 thought on “Bubbie’s Deli Now Open”

  1. Bubbie’s Deli will be really good once they get it together. Great spot with real potential. But can you really charge $16 for a pastrami sandwich on Hope Street Providence? Sounds like the kiss of death. (What was the name of that quality deli that opened and closed in wayland square few years ago?) I like this place Bubbie’s and will continue to patronize them.

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