How a Augie’s Is Rethinking to Stay Open

By alan pursell


Augie’s Montreal Deli was recently featured on KQED about how it is changing during the current Pandemic crisis to become Augie’s Montreal Deli & Market to better serve the community.

“This is not something that’s going to be solved or fixed by one person. If we don’t all work together at this time right now, it’s just going to get worse. It’s going to take longer and longer. So we’ve got to be patient and we’ve got to really be out there to support and help each other. So that’s what we’re trying to do.”

The microphone was taped to a hockey stick to make sure social distancing was maintained. Canada, eh? Click here to hear the interview. 

You can order Augie’s Montreal-style Smoke Meat brisket and poutine, Smoke Meat tomato sauce with a quart of dry pasta shells, Smoke Meat mac-and-cheese, Matzo ball soup, frozen so that people can save it for later, our one-of-a-kind Uncle Nick’s Pastrami Brisket Dog, and other items. This week we added some other essentials: toilet paper, paper towels and spray cleaner. We’re also selling eggs and some produce by the pound

Text “Order” to (510) 984-0283 for our menu and ordering options.