Ruven’s is a Kosher-style delicatessen just like the ﬁrst one Steve Ratinetz opened in New York in 1990. When he moved to Florida, he learned that many of his regulars had moved south, but they still craved the food they’d grown up with. Steve knew he could re-create their favorites, but he went one step further and re-created a little slice of New York. We may be in South Florida, but step inside Ruven’s, and the aroma of the dishes you remember along with the murals of old New York and the brick walls and ﬁre escapes reminiscent of tenement neighborhoods will take you back.
“Great place, great service, our waitress Linda was awesome and the manager Julian made us feel right at home, feels like your back in New York just for a little while! Great job Ruven’s we will def be back!”
– Bill D.
“I absolutely love this place!!! The food is awesome! I have never had a bad meal here. The service is wonderful with a special shout-out to Dawn, she is just so much fun and knows the menu like the back of her hand.”
– Diana K.
“My husband and I are frequent diners at Ruven’s for breakfast. We absolutely adore Dawn. She is awesome and we always request her because of her dynamic personality! We are there at least twice a week for breakfast!”
– Susan F.
“First time here. The staff is extremely courteous and the menu is so large I have already planned times to come back and try more.”
– Jamie L.
“Best part of this Resturant is the Food. Large portions are served. Quality great, service adequate. I would definitely return.”
– Nance L.
Ruven’s looks like delicatessens from the 1930s. It has that hamish feel to it. You can’t miss it when you walk in. Come and visit the best deli restaurant in Delray Beach!