Heidi's In A Snap-Shot
What began as a small, neighborhood corner ice cream parlor has evolved into a full-fledged deli. Started by a couple of Brooklyn transplants looking for the flavors of home, this deli comes with a heavy dose of New York flavor and a bit of New York attitude. Naked bagels are a mere $.89 apiece, or start with the Brooklyn Breakfast sandwich, piled with cheese, eggs and a choice of meat. The deli also has 31 sandwiches, including meatloaf, and in true New York fashion sells Sabrett hot dogs. There are also an array of desserts, and a full selection of coffee and espresso drinks.
In May of 1999 a second Heidi's Brooklyn Deli was born in a northern suburb of Denver called Northglenn, Colorado. This additional store has surpassed every expectation almost matching the first store's revenue in its first month of operation.
Still today Heidi and Steve Naples, and their over growing staff, work hard everyday to bring a real, true deli experience to the West. While Steve and Heidi are the only owners of the concept, they are presently granting a limited number of franchises across the country.