‘Regina’s’ Brings Italian Sandwiches and Imported Goods to Lower Orchard Street

Posted on: May 18th, 2017 at 5:00 am by

There’s a new sandwich shop to speak of on lower Orchard Street. Where Georgia’s Vintage once peddled vintage, a throwback deli counter called Regina’s is poised to open. The brown-paper window shades were deposed this week to reveal the new store, complete with hex-tiled floors and shelves of dry goods.

Regina’s also incorporates the ghost signage into its business, replacing the “SHIRTS” lettering with its own in similar font style.

The Italian deli, reportedly named for the proprietor’s grandmother, offers up homemade sandwiches and imported Italian goods. Soft open is slated in the coming days.

Regina’s is the third commercial tenant at 27 Orchard Street in the last five years, preceded by the aforementioned Georgia’s Vintage (with Pintail Coffee) and the Strange Loop Gallery. It was during the latter tenure that the marquee ghost signage was first revealed.

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