Photo courtesy of Miracle Mile Deli
Miracle Mile Deli deal celebrates 66 years in business
It’s not often you hear of a restaurant celebrating 66 years of business. Friday, September 25—Sunday, September 27, Miracle Mile Deli is honoring their 66th year in business with an amazing deal.
Purchase an entrée, sandwich or breakfast dish and you can get a slice of pie or pint of beer for just 66 cents. Choose from any of their four craft beers on tap or try a slice of Apple, Cherry, Blueberry, Coconut Meringue, Lemon Meringue, Pumpkin, Pecan or Boston Cream pie.
The Miracle Mile story began in 1949, when founder, Jack Grodzinsky, along with his wife and children, arrived in Tucson from Brooklyn, New York. Grodzinsky took a bus ride to Phoenix looking for a business he could purchase to help support his family. He decided on a restaurant and took over an existing space on McDowell Road and 16th Street. This mile long strip of land where the restaurant was established came to be known as the “Miracle Mile”. Now, more than six decades later, the business is still in the family.
The locally-owned restaurant recently moved to their new venue at 4433 N. 16th Street in Phoenix. Miracle Mile Deli has been family owned and operated for three generations and continues to provide a unique experience in casual dining.