TooJay’s, the West Palm Beach-based restaurant company with 27 locations throughout Florida, has been selected as a state winner of the 2018 Restaurant Neighbor Award from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. The prestigious national award honors restaurants that go above and beyond in community service and philanthropy.
“We are thrilled to receive this recognition for our work with Feeding Florida, a statewide network of Feeding America food banks providing a healthy, adequate and consistent food supply to those in need,” said Max Piet, president and CEO of TooJay’s. “We take great pride in getting involved in the local communities we serve across Florida.”
TooJay’s raised and donated $16,700 to Feeding Florida and presented a donation of 4 thousand pounds of turkey breast to Feeding South Florida in 2017. TooJay’s team members also got involved by collecting food for the student backpack program, ensuring children have adequate food on weekends and throughout the summer.
Founded in 1981, TooJay’s has grown to 27 restaurants throughout Florida, earning a reputation for its generous servings of homemade, New York-deli favorites. The restaurant company will open its newest location on March 13 in Pembroke Pines. TooJay’s currently serves guests in Palm Beach and Broward counties, the Treasure Coast, the West Coast of Florida, the Orlando area, The Villages and Polk County.
TooJay’s received the 2016 Best of South Florida Award for Best Deli from the Sun Sentinel, 2017 Dining Award for Best Deli from Orlando Magazine, two Foodie Awards for Best Deli and Best Take-Out from the Orlando Sentinel and is ranked eighth in the country for Family Dining by Consumer Reports.
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