Chompie's Restaurant and Bakery - Chandler


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In a Nutshell

The Chandler location, celebrating its fourth anniversary, serves an extensive breakfast menu of bagels, pancakes, benedicts, and omelets

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid at Chompie’s Chandler location only. Valid from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. only. Dine in only. Not valid on Labor Day 9/1/14. Not valid with promotional gift cards or any other coupon, offer or discount. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $12 for $20 worth of breakfast at Chompie’s Chandler location
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Chompie's Restaurant and Bakery

"This is really funny," says Chompie's co-founder Lovey Borenstein in a thick New York accent, reminiscing about the restaurant's early days. "[This guy] comes into the restaurant ... he says to me, 'You have egg creams?' I said, 'Yeah, sure.' [He] sits down on the floor, starts to cry." The man, who'd been living in Arizona for 40 years, hadn't seen an egg cream in all that time. And that shock and awe at the lack of New York­–style food in the Southwest is exactly the thing that inspired Lovey and her husband, Lou—both Queens natives—to open their first bagel factory in Arizona in 1979.

The quirky couple has, not surprisingly, earned a ton of fans over the years, expanding Chompie's from a single bakery to an award-winning family of delicatessens that serves an impossibly long menu. Borenstein family favorites include matzo brye deep-fried "Lou's way," and Grandma Sarah's hand-grated potato pancakes. Fan favorites include the original Jewish sliders—mini challah rolls layered with lean brisket, latkes, and cheese that Adam Richman famously sampled on Man v. Food and probably again in his dreams later that night. Customers can sign up to Chompie’s email club to receive promotions and specials.

Customer Reviews

Chandler has the biggest assortment of bakery and deli items. The knishes are great from the deli case, for a take home meal for later, and the large ones don't seem to be available in Tempe.
Gail S. · November 3, 2014
Huge menu, great service, big portions, fair prices. What's not to like?
Bill P. · October 31, 2014
Marvin S. · October 31, 2014

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