Downtown Winter Garden business Schweini’s Delicatessen has announced an official opening date.
The German-influenced deli will open to serve customers starting at 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 14.
The business will have music from noon to 3 p.m. the day of the opening.
Schweini's, which we first told you about here, is owned and operated by Winter Garden resident Chris Frommeyer.
The restaurant is named after Frommeyer’s best friend Schweini, his rescued beagle who he has had for about four years. Schweini can be found in the store’s logo and in a tattoo on Frommeyer’s leg.
Traditional menu items at Schweini’s include bratwurst and schnitzel, as well as a cleverly named Schweinibraten sandwich.
For his sandwiches, Frommeyer uses fresh German breads made right across the street at Beneficial Breads.
The delicatessen’s menu also includes a selection of local and German biers, wines and cheesecake options such as Black Forest and German Chocolate.
Schweini’s can be found in the space formerly occupied by Main House Market at 108 S. Main St.
For more information, visit the Schweini’s Delicatessen's website here, or call (407) 395-3235.