Pumpernickles Delicatessen Voted 2012 “Best Pastrami”
in St. Louis by the Riverfront Times.
Recently restyled restaurant. Breakfast Made-to-order all day. Over-stuffed Sandwiches. Hand-made Soups, Creative Salads, and more! We have menus for our restaurant, take out, and catering services and we are open daily!
Eat, Meet & Kibitz!
Important Pumpernickles News
Super Bowl Feast!
Come fill you belly with deli! Give us a call and put together the ultimate Game Day feast! Super Bowl 50 kicks off at 5:30 PM Sunday, February 7th on CBS. Panthers vs Broncos, who are you rooting for? Super Bowl Flyer_2016
Weekend Hours Changing
Attention family and friends, our weekend hours are changing to 8:00 AM – 2:30 PM beginning this weekend, January 9th and 10th. Thanks and happy New Year from all your friends and family at Pumpernickles!
Turkey Day is Just Around the Corner!
Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away! Let us do the cooking so you can do the eating! We have a large variety of delicious Thanksgiving dishes and complete dinners all made from scratch: Turkey, Sweet Potato Casserole, Mashed Potatoes with gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Challah Stuffing, Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes, Sweet Potato Pie Knishes and more! […]
ROOT ROOT ROOT FOR THE HOME TEAM! CARDINALS-CUBS 5:45 TONIGHT.
Come fill your belly with deli and root on the home team! Get your favorite foods and desserts, and cheer on the Cardinals as they take on their rival Chicago Cubs this evening at 5:45 PM and tomorrow at 4:30 PM.
Join Us For Memorial Day!
Pumpernickles will be open from 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM on May 25th, 2015 for Memorial Day. Call and make a reservation!
Pumpernickles on The Big 550 KTRS!
Tune in to the The Big 550 KTRS on the radio tomorrow Tuesday, May 12th at 1:30pm to hear us on the The Carney Show.
“Pumpernickle’s offers…Reuben sandwiches New York delis would be proud to serve.” AND we still do. Fuel Your Day…! http://www.riverfronttimes.com/2001-04-18/restaurants/kosher-style-food/
Did you know Pumpernickles serves great tasting Ronnoco coffee?
“At the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, two brothers experienced something totally new…imported coffee beans being roasted over a gas flame. The resulting flavor and aroma inspired the creation of Ronnoco Coffee Company,…St. Louis, MO.” Ronnoco’s headquarters and plant are located, to this day, in St. Louis, MO.”
A message from The Mishpukhe (The Family)…
Whether just having a great cup of freshly brewed coffee and enjoying our outside seating, having a delicious breakfast or lunch at our restaurant, or ordering To Go from our deli counter, Pumpernickles is your place to Fuel Your Day!
Breakfast… Delicious Coffee… Fuel your day…
Breakfast , lunch, or just craving that mid-day coffee break, come see us. Free refills and free WiFi.
Business Meeting, Lunch & Learn, or Family Event…
Pumpernickles Catering can provide amazing kosher style deli party platters, or boxed lunches for your next corporate event. Our skilled Catering Team can do as much or as little as you need. We ‘ve got your next event covered. And don’t forget we have speedy delivery to your business for special boardroom meetings and lunch and […]
Fuel Your Day News
What’s Today’s Soup of the Day? Maybe It’ll Be Our Pumperlicious Split Pea Soup.
Monday - Friday
630am - 230pm Restaurant
630am - 530pm Deli
Saturday & Sunday
8am - 230pm Restaurant & Deli
Credit Cards Accepted
Location & Directions
11036 Olive Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63141
The Pumpernickles Family
Harlan Levin has been the owner of Pumpernickles Deli in Creve Coeur, since April 2012. Prior to Pumpernickles, Harlan worked at two other delis in Creve Coeur, including Shanker’s Deli on Ballas Road and Louie’s Deli (aka Shermie’s Deli). Pumpernickles is a family affair. Harlan and his two sons, Bryan and Richard, keep the restaurant and deli hopping 7 days a week. Read more
Pumpernickles Featured on KTVI News Dec 2012
(KTVI)-One of the best delis in St. Louis, Pumpernickles Deli in Creve Coeur is ready for Chanukah. And they have a great offer for the holiday: free latkes (potato pancakes) with any purchase. - Posted on: 3:00 pm, December 8, 2012, by Andy Banker