One thing Morgantown is missing is a good deli. I’m talking fresh sandwiches, with pastrami and corned beef, with pickles and other Jewish specialties ala New York-style restaurants. OR, for less urban areas, deli can also be a place to get cold cuts and made-to-order sandwiches. But, that’s just my interpretation. It can be ambiguous.
So, when Tony’s Deli in Westover opened (in the previous Agresti’s location with same owner), I had high hopes. I liked Agresti’s, though I had only been once. Just not a convenient spot for me. So, I thought this place could have potential.