Christmas Eve: 8am – 4pm
Christmas Day: 8am – 3pm
New Year Hours
New Years Eve: 8am – 4pm
New Years Day: 8am – 3pm
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We will be closed Thursday, November 24th for Thankgiving
We are happy to announce that we’re approved caterers for Har Sinai in Owings Mills. You don’t have to be a member to use their beautiful space. Give Elaine a call if you are interested or in need of a venue for your next event @ 410-596-2011 or Elaine@attmansdeli.com. We offer everything from platters to full service catering, so hope to hear from you!
Not-So Starving Artists: Katie Boyts and Chris Attenborough Go to Attman’s Deli!
See the video here!
A Remarkable Story of Business and Family Success.
When you’re at Oriole Park enjoying a soda with a tray of nachos or hot dogs… or need an apartment and want to choose from 14 apartment complexes with over 3000 units… or seek a nursing facility for a loved one, you will find various Attman companies behind the scenes. And for a deli fix, there is Attman’s Delicatessen, a fixture on Lombard Street’s Corned Beef Row for nearly
It All Started With a Deli tells how 23-year-old Harry Attman, an immigrant, opens a small confectionery/deli in 1915 in Baltimore. With his soon-to-be bride Ida, a fellow immigrant, they work long hours and many years to build what becomes a famed delicatessen with a national reputation.
Over the years, Harry and Ida also raise three sons—Edward, Seymour and Leonard—and inculcate in them the values of hard work, ethical conduct, religious principles, and concern for others.
The result, over four generations, is today an astonishingly close, vibrant family whose members have founded major businesses, while always giving back to the community.
As Governor Martin O’Malley says in his Foreword, “Few families have contributed so much to our City and State… The Attman story is one worth telling and sharing”