We Need Your Votes
Better Foods Deli is a finalist in Downtown Sacramento Partnership’s Calling All Dreamers contest. We’re one of six local businesses competing to open up a location across the street from the new Kings arena. If you have a moment, voting only takes about 10 seconds, please go here to vote:
Better Foods Deli was founded by Joe Lucchesi Sr. in 1970, back when people were still rocking bell-bottoms and beads. He purchased a little corner store near Historic Old Roseville and turned it into a deli where he could serve good food to good friends. Not much has changed since then, and we like it that way. Family owned and operated for 40 years, we’re still going strong. So please stop by, say “hi”, and let us make you something great to eat.
We’re open 8am-4pm Monday thru Saturday, 11am-3pm on Sunday. We offer delivery for orders over $40 for a 10% charge, as long as the orders are placed by 10 a.m., Monday thru Friday only. And we cater to parties of all sizes and for all occasions. See the menu page for more details.
One more thing: we’d really like to connect with you online. We’ll be giving away free sandwiches (and you never know what else) in a contest each week (see the sidebar to enter right now!). We’ll also send out special coupons, etc. So “like” our Facebook Page, or follow us on Twitter, and we’ll keep you posted on all the latest. See you when we see you.
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well friends it looks like the Press Tribune wants to know who makes the best sandwiches in Roseville and Granite Bay. They are offering a 20.00 gift certificate to a local resteraunt. just send your pick (maybe us?) with your name and address to email@example.com by 5p.m. april 18th to enter this months chew on this contest! Thank you all for your support! Joey,Jason,John and the crew at Better Foods
The Roseville Press Tribune just published a nice review and history of our deli. Good lookin’ out, Press Tribune.
“Roseville resident Luke Patterson has been coming to the deli since 1970, and remembers when he was away at college, his father would ship him sandwiches from the deli through the mail when he complained about dorm food.”
Read the whole article here.