After 33 years located on State Street in Bettendorf, the Waterfront Deli on State Street in Bettendorf closed its doors and is moving across town.
"We are looking forward to a new change." Nicole Brandt is general manager of Waterfront Deli and says the move is necessary due to construction and the traffic on the Interstate 74 Bridge.
While their address is changing, everything else is staying the same. "We are keeping the same name, we have a good following. We want to keep the customers happy, keep the menu items the same. And we're in this for the customers," says Brandt.
The new location will have new equipment, which means an auction (Monday, October 7th at 6PM) will be held for many items that will not be transferred,including some of the antiques.
While customers we talked to say they will continue to frequent the deli at the new location, it's still sad to see this one go. "We're going to remember this location fondly. The nice barn board interiors and the
paintings, and just sort of the quaint charm that it had. It was kind of unique, special place right
down here at the base of I–74," says Mindy Kankel, a frequent visitor of Waterfront Deli.
"You know, I'm kind of used to this place. But I'm sure they will make it a great place," says customer Michelle Williams.
Overall, Brandt tells us people aren't upset about the move, and can't wait for the future. "Everybody seems to be excited about it, just as we are!"
The new location at 1813 Kimberly Road in Bettendorf will open on Tuesday at 10AM.
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