DeLuca’s Diner Menu

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Diabetics at Jason's Deli

Diabetics must not get carried away at Jason's Deli as there are several tempting items on their menu to easily spike your blood sugar. You can try the salads at Jason Deli's or start your meal with hot soup to ensure that you don't stuff too much while at Jason's Deli. You can also pick the right kind of sandwiches to complete your meal.

Foods to Avoid at Jason's Deli for Diabetics:

You must skip all kinds of sandwiches, wraps, and paninis at Jason's Deli for their high sodium content. Even among the salads, avoid the regular ones such as Chicken Club Salad, The Big Chef, Mesa Chicken Salad and go for the lighter versions. In addition, it is also recommended to avoid desserts totally while dining at Jason's Deli.

Food Suggestions for Diabetics at Jason's Deli:

Breakfast Sammy

Nutritional Facts: 250 calories, 12g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 3g), 370mg sodium, 23g carbs, 3g sugar, 0g fiber, 12g Protein

Chicken Club Salad (Lighter)

Nutritional Facts: 540 calories, 44g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 8g), 900mg sodium, 11g carbs, 3g sugar, 3g fiber, 24g Protein

Mesa Chicken Salad (Lighter)

Nutritional Facts: 460 calories, 30g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 5g), 850mg sodium, 26g carbs, 4g sugar, 7g fiber, 22g Protein

Spinach Veggie Wrap

Nutritional Facts: 350 calories, 14g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 4g), 830mg sodium, 51g carbs, 5g sugar, 12g fiber, 16g Protein

Fresh-Brewed Black Currant Tea

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Hot Organic Green Tea

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Hot Tea

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Fresh-Brewed Unsweetened Tea

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

High Blood Pressure at Jason's Deli

Blood pressure patients mustn't indulge in sandwiches offered on Jason Deli's menu. Most sandwiches, whether Muffalettas or Po'boys, are high in sodium and could easily spike your blood pressure. Be careful while you order at Jason's Deli and opt for healthy food options such as salads, soups, or soups to ease your cravings.

Foods to Avoid at Jason's Deli for High Blood Pressure

Sandwiches must be avoided at all costs at Jason's Deli as they are loaded with sodium. You must also skip the paninis and wraps if possible and stick to healthy salads and soups while dining at Jason's Deli. Skip adding any kinds of salad dressing, extra cheese, croutons, etc. in your order to limit your sodium intake for the day.

Food Suggestions for High Blood Pressure at Jason's Deli

Banana Nut Muffin

Nutritional Facts: 220 calories, 10g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1g), 170mg sodium, 25g carbs, 14g sugar, 1g fiber, 5g Protein

A bowl of Fresh Fruits

Nutritional Facts: 390 calories, 8g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 6g), 45mg sodium, 23g carbs, 62g sugar, 9g fiber, 6g Protein

Pollo Mexicano (Lighter)

Nutritional Facts: 800 calories, 22g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 12g), 550mg sodium, 121g carbs, 14g sugar, 11g fiber, 30g Protein

Gluten Free Snickerdoodle Cookie

Nutritional Facts: 210 calories, 8g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 4g), 150mg sodium, 34g carbs, 17g sugar, 0g fiber, 1g Protein

Wild Berry Hibiscus Tea with Pure Cane Sugar

Nutritional Facts: 100 calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 26g carbs, 26g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Fresh-Brewed Black Currant Tea.

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Hot Organic Green Tea.

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Hot Tea

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Fresh-Brewed Unsweetened Tea.

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

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High Cholesterol at Jason's Deli

If you are concerned about your cholesterol, then you got to be very cautious at Jason's Deli. Most sandwiches available on Jason's Deli's menu are high in cholesterol and sodium content. You must choose wisely and opt for salads or soups to please your appetite.

Foods to Avoid at Jason's Deli for High Cholesterol

Avoiding foods at Jason's Deli can be trickier if you are a foodie. It is recommended to skip the heavy sandwiches which are both high in cholesterol and sodium at Jason's Deli. You must also avoid paninis and wraps at Jason Deli's or order the lighter version to reduce your calorie intake.

Food Suggestions to Maintain Cholesterol Level at Jason's Deli

Blueberry Muffin

Nutritional Facts: 190 calories, 5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1g), 180mg sodium, 34g carbs, 19g sugar, 1g fiber, 3g Protein

Nutty Mixed Up Salad (Lighter)

Nutritional Facts: 430 calories, 21g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 4g), 810mg sodium, 41g carbs, 33g sugar, 3g fiber, 21g Protein

Texas Style Spud (Lighter)

Nutritional Facts: 830 calories, 22g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 11g), 740mg sodium, 139g carbs, 27g sugar, 14g fiber, 29g Protein

Jason's Deli Bottled Ginger Ale

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 36g carbs, 36g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Fresh-Brewed Black Currant Tea.

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Hot Organic Green Tea.

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Hot Tea

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

Fresh-Brewed Unsweetened Tea.

Nutritional Facts: 0calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

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  • Mary S.

    Had sea food omelette and it was really good. Portion size was humongous. All of us loved it. Probably not the healthiest thing to eat but if you are in a mood to just go hog.. this is the place to go.

  • Taylor F.

    I've been here 3-4 times since it opened. I usually enjoy eating here more than the original in the Strip District. There's typically not a huge line or long wait at this location. Worth it to avoid touristy-nonsense and try the exact same food. They have always got me right in and right out. Food never disappoints! The Californian omelette is amazing! It's one of my favorites... with Chipotle Pesto Chicken, Asiago Cheese, Tomatoes, Avocado, Roasted Red Peppers & Spinach. Delicious. I highly recommend it.

  • Darren W.

    Weeks ago, something deep in my subconscious told me to stop in this new DeLuca's restaurant to end an unfinished grudge while returning home from a doctor's appointment. As icy gales of illwill ripped across Western Pennsylvania, The Adversary contemplated his next, ultimate assault, conferring with MOAB, The Mutha of All Burritos while reflecting on past encounters at two Burgatory satellites and the original Strip District DeLuca's. . . "In this new Robinson locale, I shall crush Proletarian Steel forever more! What say you, burrito?" The Adversary asked his hulking, simple-minded, single-minded champion. "MOAB izzz constipation. MOAB izzz indigestion. MOAB izzz heartburn. MOAB izzz doooooommmm!!!" The creature of chorizo, eggs, hot peppers, tomatoes, onions, avocado, cheddar, and homefries uttered, sounding like a trash compactor. A chile sauce of DeLuca's own making that was both saccharine and piquant bled a Satanic crimson all over MOAB's doughy, pale body as the Adversary cackled into the killing frost. Gazing into his magic mirror, The Adversary could see Kay and I en route to Pittsburgh from a doctor's visit in Chippewa. "They're coming," The Adversary, clad in a coal-black suit, tie, and fedora, mentioned to MOAB. "This Darren fellow, he barely lasted against the titanic tandem of Captain Drew's Seafood Omelet and the Funky Monkey Pancake stack. MOAB, you may be enough to finish him." As Kay and I entered the 50's sci-fi themed diner, taking in the galactic, Atomic Age murals that adorned the interiors along with the silver and red motif of the furniture. The Adversary appeared without warning amidst a cloud of inky smoke. "This shall be our final meeting, our last duel, a the death!!!" Kay was immediately subdued by hooded figures. "Your love shall watch you perish," the funereal man warned. "Ah, the rings of Saturn...they are so appropriate. This will be my hour of cosmic evil! Attack, my minion!!!" MOAB charged. Howling and snorting like a gigantic prehistoric boar, it knocked me to the cruel floor. Patrons gasped, fleeing in panic! Once I regathered my strength and wits, I both blinded and suffocated the behemoth with packets of sour cream, taming its heat. When it hunched over, I leapt upon MOAB's back with gleaming utensils and plunged them into the beast's body as a matador would a bull. Proteins, starches, vegetables, dairy products, and grains would fly about the eatery turned gladiatorial arena. Within 15 minutes, MOAB was gone, and I belched in victory. "What else ya got, Scratch?" I asked. Stammering, the Adverary replied. "An insurance policy..." The Funky Monkey Sundae arose from a trap door. "Ha. Its big brother, the pancake stack, musta chickened out considering I pretty much whupped him." I said with a confident air. Cursing, The Adversary, ordered the sundae to charge me with the point of a clawed finger. A carnal chimera of chocolate ice cream, bananas, whipped cream, peanut butter, and caramel slithered forward to meet its destiny. Ice cream headaches nothwithstanding, the glass dish would be emptied, and the salty, sugary, creamy dessert would be overcome. Steam shooting from his nostrils, The Adversary telekinetically hurled planets at me with waves of his ghastly, skeletal hands. While I dodged the large constructs that had been thrown my way, Kay would use judo to toss both hooded henchmen into the Slim Onyx Count, ruining his concentration. An uppercut and a right cross would dispatch The Adversary's flunkies while a spinning backfist would put the magical mastermind onto his back. "This had not ended!!!" the Adversary screamed in a rage with a nose bleeding tar. "I've got an insurance policy of my own," I told my fiendish foe. "No! NOOO!!!"" From out of my back pocket I pulled a small seltzer bottle full of Sprite that had been blessed by a priest and sprayed its full contents directly onto The Adversary's accursed face. Soon, there was nothing left of him but an empty hat. His pair of lackeys would simply melt into pools of infernal, tacky goo. "Whaddya think, Baby Doll?" I asked Kay as I placed the fedora onto my bald head. "You rock that well, Sexyman. What a trophy!" Kay answered. "Nah, YOU'RE my trophy, " I said as I pulled Kay towards me and kissed her. The gray skies gave way to sun. Birds chirped. The winds died. The air warmed. Customers cheered. A choir sang. THE END P.S. The food and service were exemplary on all fronts. Don't be a palooka. Hit up DeLucas!

  • Alfonso A.

    We stopped here before heading to Pittsburgh International Airport. I had a veggie wrap with chipotle pesto. It was really good. Also, I approached the waitress with a special request and even though she mentioned that they usually do not do special things she was able to surprise us all with something special for my fiance's birthday. All the staff we saw here was very friendly and helpful. The prices were relatively fair and food was delicious. I will make sure to stop at some of their other locations when I go back to Pittsburgh.

  • Kari C.

    Hubby loved Deluca's. Excellent customer service. Great food at reasonable prices. We originally wanted to visit the historical Deluca's in The Strip district, but once we learned that there was one right around the corner from our hotel, we opted to avoid the crowds and parking situation. This Deluca's is very convenient for those staying in the same area. It's located in a suburbanite strip mall. The food portions were good. The prices were reasonable and breakfast tasted great. Our waitress was very attentive and helpful. I, too, thoroughly enjoyed this local gem and will certainly be returning again.

  • Kimberly T.

    I have eaten at DeLuca's in the Strip District so I was anxious to try this location. I was meeting a friend for lunch. When I saw that they had Biscuits and Gravy on the menu I was totally psyched!! When they arrived at the table the wind blew out of my sails. The "sausage" was pink. YUCK! It was room temperature. One of biscuits was hard as a rock. I was completely disappointed. My friend ordered fried chicken tenders and fries. Her looked delicious and she enjoyed it. Since it's Deluca's I will give them a second chance but I will definitely order something different.

  • Jon N.

    We wanted to go to the original Deluca's but this was on our way out of town. Kind of a cool retro diner with good food. We ended up splitting the seafood omelet which was plenty for the two of us. To be honest the omelet was solid but nothing amazing. I think if you're looking for a place to have a good breakfast this is as good as any. I think I might have to try some other items on the menu to bump up this original rating.. One more reason to head back to Pittsburgh.

  • Michael S.

    Just spent 60 bucks for breakfast and it was terrible! Won't never ever be back.... I guess I should have drank the free beer.....

  • Jessica K.

    Terrible service, food not worth the price. We waited for 20 minutes before the server took our order, and then another half hour for a salad. The whole place is filthy, but the service is absolutely abhorrent.

  • Joshua P.

    Awesome food, great environment for a weekend breakfast diner. Service is good, with friendly people. Every item on this menu is fantastic. I love their breakfast burrito, they have a great Western omelette, chocolate chip pancakes are light and fluffy topped with powder sugar, some loose chocolate chips, and just the right amount of chocolate melted inside that theyre not too sweet, but syrup unnecessary. They have great coffee, which for coffee snobs like me and my girlfriend, a good breakfast place has to have. We have been down to the one in the Pittsburgh's Strip District which is the original, however with the seating a little small, and the line usually wrapping down the sidewalk on weekends, we decided to try the Robinson one which is located in the Robinson Town Centre in the Plaza across from the IKEA and next to the IKEA pickup center. This location seems to be setup better seating wise, and with the added ability to check -in and then wait in your car or the benches they have out front, much more comfortable than the strip district location. If you're headed out to the Robinson Town Centre to do some shopping and find yourself looking for a place to have breakfast, forget IHOP or Eat'nPark check out DeLucas!

  • Beeble G.

    Had the seafood omelette, it was great. Sat at the diner and the waitress was very friendly & nice. Refilled my coffee promptly. I would definitely return for breakfast again.

  • Mariah P.

    I went there last weekend with one of my Bestfriends and it was truly amazing!!! I have been craving it all week.. Everything from the delicious chocolate chip pancakes to the coffee!! My biggest pet peeves is having terrible "fake" breakfast food but this did not dissapoint. The eggs were real, not the mediocre egg beaters and the crispy bacon wasn't too greasy or fatty. I cannot wait to go back! Truly great food and great service

  • Rich W.

    Awesome food. Awesome service. Just had the Country Fried Chicken & Eggs. Very good!

  • DJ J.

    Stop by and try Deluca's #2. Yes, Deluca's has opened a new diner in Robinson. Nice new clean space. The same delicious food. We got there just before you had to wait and the place is pretty large, so it is popular. The mixed grill was delicious..selected the hot sausage, over easy egg and the Mancini's bread that comes with is Oh So Good! The have a Halloween special on pumpkin pancakes. Our waitress was on the ball, always there for a refill when needed. facebook page:…

  • Jaynie C.

    We had been wanting to try Deluca's since they opened. Today we got our chance. It was a complete disappointment. We ordered the mixed grill, vegetables were steamed and tasteless. We also ordered a breakfast burrito with chorizo sausage. It was overcooked and almost inedible. We also got the chicken fried chicken, eggs, and biscuits which was the only saving grace to the meal. I believe our first time at Deluca's will be our last. There are too many other better choices in Robinson to waste money there again. What a disappointment.

  • Brian C.

    Great service, great food. Perfect diner for those who want to take them time with breakfast.

  • Chelsea S.

    I enjoyed a late breakfast solo dolo today. Even though there are still 100+ things I could've tried, I decided on my usual.. the Steel City Breakfast of Champs. It comes with 2 eggs any style, bacon AND sausage, home fries, toast + two pancakes (can't believe you get so much food for about $10) I'm personally happy about the new restaurant in Robinson. Besides downtown where I work and Oakland where I live, Robinson is where I spend alot of my time. Mostly bc Bobby works out there and I head out that way to get away from my usual work and home routine.. But anyways, this location accepts cards unlike the strip district location. breakfast is all day. If you've never been to Delucas, the menu is so large! So many options from breakfast platters to omelets, French toast, pancakes, crepes and sundae style pancakes.. SO. MANY. OPTIONS for each category... And this is just breakfast. My breakfast was delish. The only thing is I could've sworn at the strip district I had the choice of pancakes or French toast. I definitely ordered French toast last time and remember there being a decision lol. For the combos like mine, you can upgrade to fancy pancakes or fancy French toast for $1-$2 extra. If I must add, the home fries today were extremely well done. Alot of the home fries were burnt, extra hard pieces of potato that could've seriously chipped a tooth if you want a proper description. That's not going to stop me from coming though bc everything else was great :)

  • Eric H.

    Great food, great prices generous portions. A super breakfast just 10-15 minutes to the airport.

  • Michele P.

    The food is amazing! Take your time to read the menu. SO many crazy choices. The portions are huge. Man vs. Food plays on a constant loop on some of the TVs. It's clean. Colorful. Fast service. The Superbowl is a creative omelet filled with keilbasa, onions, tomatoes, mashed potatoes and is served with a side of sauerkraut and hot apples. Wow! We will definitely be back. My only complaints were the wobbly tables (we moved twice) and the freezing cold breeze from an open door in the kitchen.

  • LaWana R.

    Great space with fun decor friendly staff and interesting menu. Will return next time I'm in the area.

  • Mike H.

    Don't go here at lunch time. Tried lunch once before and it was so-so. Definitely not worth the price. Tried to give it another chance today. Hostess seated us pretty quickly but no server to be found. Ended up getting up and walking out.

  • Jennifer W.

    I wanted to come here since I had good experiences at the one in the strip but omg. Not the same. It was packed so my mom and I sat at the bar. I ordered the chicken finger basket. When I got my food, the chicken fingers were burnt and the fries were undercooked. They forgot to put my moms order in so she had to watch me eat until she finally got hers. Our waitress was MIA so someone else had to cash us out. Other waitresses were overheard loudly complaining and cussing. Horrible dining experience.

  • Angela H.

    Went in around 2:15 pm to get lunch. We didn't realize they closed at 3. They seated us and everyone was polite. The food was ok. Food was maybe 2-2.5 stars out of 5. The entire 35 minutes we were there the 8 or so workers sat 1 table over from us and spent the entire time trashing another coworker and other customers. They were so loud we could hardly hold our own conversation. It was awkward. They were counting the money, mopping all around us and sweeping huge piles of mess by our table as we ate. Such an awful experience and with the food not being that good, I probably won't be back.

  • Joe M.

    Deluca's is becoming a regular haunt for us. Why? you ask. Well because the food is amazing!!! Huge sevings. Friendly service. My only pet peeve, and the reason for 4 stars, is I have yet to have an entire order come to the table at the same time. It's always staggered and someone (whether a party of 2 or 5) has to wait for their food. But the food is so worth the wait!!!!

  • John B.

    Stopped in this morning waiting for Ikea to open. There was a very short wait and we were seated very quickly. I had the seafood omelet with egg white, home fries and wheat toast. The omelet was packed full with seafood and topped with fresh slices of avocado. Very tasty. I would definitely return to this location.

  • Sharon D.

    Do you like hot garbage and rude service? If you do then come here to eat. Food is not cooked properly. If you ask for anything cooked more, they become very upset. I have never had such a bad experience. If I were to describe it in one word it would be DISGUSTING!!

  • Courtney B.

    Ah it was ok. The hostess wasn't very friendly. She silently led us to our table. This was probably the cheapest dinner out we've had ever. Got the turkey club and it was tiny, but had a good, buttery top and bottom. My husband wanted the hot turkey sandwich which was on the menu, but was told it wasn't "real" turkey so the waitress advised against getting. He settled for the bacon cheeseburger. The diner is small and sort of a dirty vibe, but the bathrooms were clean!

  • Greg S.

    This was my first visit. Very impressive menu. I tried the Swedish pancakes with Lingenberry. I could not eat more than half because the fake whipped cream was icky sweet and the lingenberries weren't so great either. The crepe was OK, but I couldn't eat it with all that junk on it. Original Pancake house on Greentree road has an excellent Swedish pancake with lingenberry. DeLuca's came no where near it. I expected to be offered something else, but I was not offered anything. My friend shared his butter milk pancake which was not bad. I don't plan to return.

  • Todd C.

    One of the best breakfast joints in Pittsburgh is now open in Robinson (across the street from IKEA). Awesome service, incredible food and huge portions round out my favorite new breakfast spot. Pancakes are massive and HOMEMADE (not a store bought mix, like most places). Bacon is nice and crispy and is great on your breakfast plate or your BLT! The huge menu can't be beat, so if you can't find something to fit your fancy here... check your pulse. Huge thumbs up!

  • Rob K.

    I was very excited when I saw Delucas was opening in Robinson as I am always anxious for a delicious non-chain venue. Two weeks ago my family went to DeLucas for breakfast. We arrived at 830 am and beat the crowd. Service was awful! We waited 15 minutes before we asked what we wanted to drink. We finally order and the food comes out staggered. My two sons get their meals (pancakes) and my wife and I wait a few more minutes for ours. Most of her meal comes (no bread which was needed for the eggs), and my pancakes were no where to be found. The remainder of our food finally comes to our table. Bottom line service was awful. Food was ok. I will not rush back and will go out of my way to get to Pamela's for breakfast!

  • Patti C.

    Love diner food! DeLucas steak salad was delicious. Real steak, melted asiago , roasted peppers, sautéed mushrooms and BEER BATTERED onion Rings, oh my! Was so good I did not use the ranch dressing I ordered on it! Friendly staff and clean. Important, I am in the food industry also. First time, I will be back. The seafood crepe is calling my name!

  • Matt B.

    Stopped by with our children our waitress I believe her name was Jamie, regardless the blond short waitress. What a disaster had to continuously send our food back because of it being wrong, when we told JAMIE we got nothing but eye rolls,arguments, and attitude. Last I checked I am the customer and could care less about your petty excuses for my order being wrong. If JAMIE would ha e handled the situation better than maybe I would have considered giving you another shot. Not to mention everytime JAMIE walked away from our table she muttered bitch, cunt, asshole etc. To any waitress that would listen as they stared us down and she slammed plates around. The way JAMIE acted was horrendous not only in a business environment but in front of our children nonetheless. DISPICABLE

  • Kelly S.

    We went there today and it was closed. The posted hours state they are open until 9 but the manager told everyone who wanted to eat there (about 10 or 12 of us) that due to lack of business that they close at 3. Maybe you should change your hours on here. He wouldn't let us talk to the owner. Lack of business? People kept parking, walking in the door and being turned away. We got there before 3.

  • Alexander P.

    Great menu with plenty of options! There's something for everyone. Love the fact you can see the chefs make your meal. The hash browns were just like my mom used to make. Looking forward to trying the crepes the next time I'm back

  • Nicole G.

    Never been to the original (it is always a super long line, which probably means good food). But, the food is fantastic! I love the selections and the different choices (kielbasa and crepes). The service unfortunately, was pretty terrible. The server reeked of smoke and our food was cold. We told him and he just kind of ignored us. If I had to guess, it is a new restaurant and it may take some time to get the kinks out. I would definitely go back because the food makes up for the poor service.

  • Pamela S.

    This place totally sucks. We started off with a 45-minute wait after being told it'd be 25. Then we practically had to beg for everything from silverware to coffee to creamer to water. It became clear why the wait was so long. Nobody in there hustles at all. It takes at least 20 minutes to get anything you ask for - and we're not talking about food yet. I got a bacon and cheese omelet. I was lucky. I actually got my food. When confronted with all the missing parts and pieces of my dining companions' orders, the waitress looked at each of them as if it was the first time she was hearing their requests. The bacon in my omelet was not in pieces, but whole strips which wouldn't have been so bad had it been cooked. It came out of the omelet like the birth scene from alien - long, fatty, wiggly strips of greasy, rubbery, grey fat. Disgusting and inedible. Breakfast took almost two hours in total and everybody was disappointed in their food. There are too many other good places to go. Won't waste our time (or money) again.

  • Lisa D.

    Okay, who needs a 100 year old grill to make awesome food and tasty memories?! Not me! Don't bite me! I get it. The one in downtown was the first and blah, blah. Listen, that's all fine and dandy but new is sometimes better. As soon as you walk in, the smell of non 100 year old establishment is refreshing and the place has a cozy friendly feel to it with very eye catching decor. You won't feel crowded. There's still wide open spaces. They have the BEST WAITRESS IN THE WORLD! Her name is Jamie and she's an absolute doll! All of our breakfast items were delicious! I ordered the pumpkin pancakes with a side of home fries and my hubby ordered the fried chicken and biscuits. EVERYTHING was yummy! The home fries were crispy. The chicken was juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside. The pumpkin pancakes were so fluffy and moist and perfect texture. The bathrooms are in the same level. You don't have to walk down a flight of slimy old stairs to get to them. Alright, enough said. Just stop by and experience it for yourself.

  • Christina B.

    This was my first visit. I've always heard amazing things about Deluca's, so we were excited to dine there. After my friend ordered a coffee, we noticed that they kept the dairy creamer on the table. In fact, they were on all the tables. Although this was unsanitary, I could honestly look past it if they're being changed often. Well, when he opened the container, we noticed mold on the inside of it. When my friend asked our server, Jess, for more cream, she took it, filled up the SAME container & brought it back. She clearly didn't pay attention to it. Our server, Jess, was not personable and barely stuck around to see if we had everything we needed. They really weren't busy, this was post lunch rush. I ordered a breakfast meal... Jess brought our food and my pancakes were still going to take a minute, which is absolutely fine. However, I watched my pancakes come up in the window and sit there for 8-10 min while Jess sat at a table and talked to 2 men. She even went back to the window while the pancakes were sitting there and ran other food. She totally forgot about them. When she finally did bring them to the table, they were luke warm. Needless to say, I was very unsatisfied. The rest of the food was decent, though. What Jess didn't realize is that she was waiting on 2 people in the food industry (my friend is a manager & I'm a server). I could have forgiven all of the mishaps if I felt like Jess honestly cared about our visit. No one is perfect & mistakes happen, but she showed no remorse and consideration for us. I will not be returning to this location.

  • Sarah F.

    Got a breakfast burrito. It was one of the better breakfast burritos I've had but the sauce that they put on it was disgusting. The menu called it Spanish style but it was more like watered down ketchup. Next time I'm definitely asking them to hold the sauce. Service was quick although I wouldn't necessarily call my waitress friendly. She was a bit snippy and seemed angry that we needed more time to look at the menu. We were there on a weekday morning and the place was fairly empty so I'm not sure why she was upset that we weren't ready to order the second we sat down. The woman who cashed us out when we went up to pay was nice and gave us a coupon for $1 off our next visit when I donated to the charity bucket at the register. Good food, adequate if slightly surly service, plenty of options for brunch? We'll be back someday. Not good enough to be worth fighting weekend crowds bit this might be our new weekday breakfast place.

  • Karen P.

    I order a grilled chicken - buffalo style salad today. It said it came with fries - it actually came with sweet potatoe fries which I don't like; menu said it came with cheese - there was none to be found on the salad; the chipotle ranch dip that I ordered was so thick you could stand a spoon up in it. Thumbs down! I hope they get their act together but I won't be back anytime soon.

  • Cameron B.

    Service was very slow. Waitress was yelling across the restaurant to other employees drawing attention to a mishap that customers need not know anything about. It took nearly 45 minutes before we were seen again to place our order. I had the MOAB. The burrito had nearly half of an uncooked onion in it. Along with an entire steamed tomato. The kitchen was not busy as they are in plain view so that isn't a reason for this poor culinary mistake. My wife ordered a sandwich and was given a wrap. All in all I am disappointed in my experience at delucas because people always speak so highly of it. I don't recommend going to this location. Stick to the strip district delucas.


Q & A on Jason's Deli

When did Jason's Deli open?

First Jason's Deli was started on 30th November 1976 at Beaumont, Texas, United States.

Where's the nearby Jason's Deli?

There are around 275 delis in 28 states of the United States. You can locate a nearby Jason's Deli by using our Restaurant Listings Directory.

When does Jason's Deli open and close?

Jason's Deli opens early in the morning daily at 6 AM and closes at 6 PM on weekdays and 3 PM on weekends.

Does Jason's Deli have a drive through?

Yes, Jason's Deli has a drive-through. Besides the drive-thru, Jason's Deli also set up Jason's Express especially for on-the-go families to make things faster. Drive-thru and take-out options help individuals and families to order and pick their meal quickly while on a busy schedule.

Does Jason's Deli serve gluten-free items on the menu?

Jason's Deli isn't entirely a gluten-free environment, but it does offer a gluten-sensitive menu. You can order food from the gluten-sensitive menu to ensure your food is gluten-free.

Does Jason's Deli serve vegan items on the menu?

Yes, they do. The vegan options are limited at Jason's Deli. You can try the organic vegetable soup, spinach veggie wraps w/o cheese, hummus, salsa, guacamole, and many other options from the salad menu.

Does Jason's Deli Cater?

Yes, it does. You can use Jason's Deli's catering service to serve hot and fresh foods to your guests. Whether you want to feed 5 or 5000, Jason's Deli's experienced team can handle your catering order and ensure timely delivery.

What's on Jason's Deli breakfast menu?

Jason's Deli serves a variety of different items on their breakfast menu. You can try the breakfast sandwiches or wraps prepared with fresh-cracked eggs. You can pick up breakfast as early as 6 AM at any Jason's Deli nearby.

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About Jason's Deli

Jason's Deli is a popular bakery restaurant in the United States. Jason's Deli started its operation in Beaumont, Texas on 30th November 1976. The bakery restaurant was started by four partners: Joe Tortorice Jr., Rusty Coco, Pete Verde, and Pat Broussard. Currently, the delicatessen restaurant chain operates in more than 268 locations across 26 states in the United States. Jason's Deli is one of the most successful restaurant chains with under 300 locations.

Deli Management Inc. owns Jason's Deli along with several other deli restaurants in the United States. Jason's Deli is famous for its standard deli style menu where the customers can order from traditional sandwiches to salads, baked potatoes, and pasta. After initiating a health drive in 2000, Jason's Deli successfully eliminated added trans-fat from its food in 2005, later got rid of high fructose syrup in 2008, and finally removed MSG from its food. Today, Jason's Deli offers a wide range of food items including vegan and gluten-free dishes.

Healthy Food Options at Jason's Deli

Jason's Deli offers a standard deli style menu which consists of traditional sandwiches, soups, pasta, baked potatoes, wraps, and salads. If you choose wisely and skip the extra sides or dressings as you order at Jason's Deli, you can find a good variety of healthy food options at Jason's Deli.


Opening Hours

  • Mon :7:30 am - 3:00pm


  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Brunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : No
    Wheelchair Accessible : No
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Hipster
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : No

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