Roxborough Deli Reopens After Car Accident

T & F Farmers Pride is back in business.

The atmosphere, finally, is light at T & F Farmers Pride in Roxborough.

In April  of the legendary deli and market, destroying a load-bearing wall, and to shut down for a month.

On Thursday morning, at 9 a.m., just as owner Tony DeLizzio promised, the store reopened.

It was a festive environment.

Fresh off paint, provided by daughter, Bianca DeLizzio, T & F Farmers Pride shined brightly May 24. Customers cheered as they reunited with the Ridge Avenue business, which originally debuted 24 years ago. Balloons danced on the deli's sign alerting patrons T & F is back in business.

And, as a nod to the misfortune that befell them, a sandwich board warned customers while parking to: "Please stop before entering."

Sam Fran Scavuzzo (Editor) May 24, 2012 at 06:37 PM
I can't emphasize enough how lively the store was today. Everyone is ecstatic to have T & F back.
Ilena DeLizzio May 24, 2012 at 10:26 PM
Thank you Sam and to ALL our customers for the warm "welcome back". Its been a pleasure to serve you for 24 years and looking forward to serving for another 24 !!! Please do stop in and say HELLO !!! You'd be sure glad you did. As always are products are fresh and delicious !!!! Remember "We are Worth the TRIP" !


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