Nate 'n Al's Deli of Beverly Hills to Reopen for Delivery, Takeout Friday

BEVERLY HILLS (CNS) - The beloved Beverly Hills delicatessen Nate 'n Al's will reopen for takeout and delivery Friday after being closed since late March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The restaurant will have a reduced menu including classic favorites and new “family style” dinners, publicist Holly Curtis said Thursday when the reopening was announced.

Nate 'n Al's will be open daily from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Deliveries will be available with a minimum $25 order with a $10 charge.

Nate 'n Al's will its reduce its staff and hours to ensure safety and social distancing within the kitchen and order staff, Curtis said.

Entertainment executive Irving Azoff and his wife, Shelli, who purchased Nate 'n Al's in 2019 from its longtime owners, the Mendelson family, have reached an agreement with the Cloobeck family which owns its building at 414 N. Beverly Drive to extend its lease, which was set to expire shortly, Curtis said.

“We have been overwhelmed with everyone's love and support for Nate's during our temporary closure and are excited to get back to our roots -- serving everyone our delicious deli and comfort food during a time that we can all use some TLC,” a statement posted on its Facebook page said.

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