111 Genesee Street, Buffalo New York 14203 (716) 262-0374 thegatewaycitydeli@gmail.com THE GATEWAY CITY DELI IS OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 7:30 AM-3:00 PM - (BREAKFAST: 7:30 AM-10:30 AM) & (LUNCH: 11:00 AM-3:00 PM)

"COVID-19 UPDATE AS OF 3/17/20"

AFTER MUCH THOUGHT & CONSIDERATION, AND WITH THE HEALTH & WELL-BEING OF OUR LOYAL GUESTS, OURSELVES AND OUR COMMUNITY IN MIND, THE GATEWAY CITY DELI WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR THE INCREDIBLE SUPPORT WE HAVE RECEIVED & WILL CONTINUE TO RECEIVE FROM YOU. WE WANT TO PROMISE YOU ALL THAT ONCE THIS SITUATION HAS SETTLED DOWN & IT IS SAFE TO REOPEN, WE WILL BE HERE WAITING TO SERVE YOU ONCE AGAIN. WE APPRECIATE YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT OF LOCAL INDEPENDENT RESTAURANTS & SMALL BUSINESSES! PLEASE BE SAFE & WELL! WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU SOON! WITH POSITIVE THOUGHTS & BLESSINGS, JIM & SAM CARLO

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HISTORY OF GATEWAY BUILDING:

The Genesee Gateway Historic District is one of the most recognizable commercial areas in Buffalo, New York. This unique row of commercial buildings has long been an iconic and identifiable location in the City. The original buildings were built in the 1840’s to 1930’s to include the Seeberg Building which is among the oldest architecture in Buffalo and most exceptionally unique in shape as well.

THE GATEWAY CITY DELI will celebrate and recognize the historical nature of the building and the City of Buffalo once called “The Gateway City to the West”. Being located at the western terminus of the Erie Canal, the city of Buffalo is both a testament to and beneficiary of the canal’s power which directly influenced our growth and prosperity, making our city an icon of culture, architecture and the arts. What is now the “The Gateway City Deli” was once the Seeberg Building which is the oldest part of Genesee Gateway complex, and one of the oldest buildings in Buffalo.

Our Mission is to “Nurture our guests with warm hospitality and fresh food, and contribute to the future of the city while honoring its rich history one sandwich at a time.”