Winfield Street Italian Deli serves authentic Italian American street food featuring locally sourced produce, sustainable coffee and artisan foods. We love to cook good old fashioned food and offer a large selection of high quality cold cuts, salads, hot foods, and baked goods. Owned by a family with farm roots, Winfield Street Italian Deli is proud to offer seasonal fare from some of our local Connecticut farms whenever possible.
We are committed to continually evaluating and improving our sustainable sourcing and business practices.
Local Food Sourcing
We source weekly in season from Fort Hill Farm and from Baldor, which promotes local in season produce and fruit from area farms. We carry Red Bee Honey, Nutshell Bars and other local artisan foods.
Zero Food Waste
We are a zero food waste facility that uses Curbside Compost to collect our food scraps for composting.
Our Plastic Straw Policy
We have switched to paper straws out of concern for the environment and no longer offer them by default. If you really need a plastic straw, just ask.
Winfield Street’s passion for coffee is a major part of the business so we’ve chosen to serve Counter Culture Coffee in all of our locations. Counter Culture Coffee strives for measurable environmental, social, and fiscal sustainability in everything they do and we are proud to be among their retail partners.Our espresso drinks are created to delight and all of our baristas go through the rigorous training process at the Counter Culture Broome St. training lab in NYC.
We accept catering orders from area businesses and deliver from Greenwich to Bridgeport. Visit our website to conveniently place your order online.
Winfield Street Italian Deli
13 Post Road West
Westport, CT 06880
(Former Art’s Delicatessen)
Winfield Street Coffee
4 Veterans Plaza
Croton-On-Hudson, NY 10520
Stamford – COMING SOON
Winfield Street Coffee
96 Broad Street
Stamford CT 06901
Breno and Jeanette Donatti are honored to uphold East Norwalk’s famous Winfield Street Deli offering their own specialty of authentic Italian foods as well as keeping the Deli’s traditional American recipes. They chose 69 Winfield Street because of its historic place in the community and for the pride it has upheld over the years to serving its closely knit neighborhood.
Breno Donatti is the son of an Italian father and a Brazilian-Portuguese mother. He grew up learning good old Northern Italian recipes from his grandmother and has always been fascinated with the freshness and simplicity of the Italian cuisine. With his strong restaurant background in pizzerias and fine dining establishments in the Fairfield County areas of Greenwich, Byram, Stamford, Norwalk and Wilton, Breno created Winfield Street Italian Deli to recreate some of the dishes he learned in his career as well as his childhood and serve dishes that are popular and innovative among the many Italian Americans here in Connecticut. Breno’s wife, Jeanette Vecchione-Donatti is an Italian American from Long Island and a world touring Opera Singer. She graduated The Julliard School on full scholarship and has since lived and worked mostly in Europe as a soloist in some of the world’s leading Opera Houses. Making their home in Connecticut, they recently invited a new addition to their family: their baby boy, Valentino Filipe Donatti.
Winfield Street Italian Deli has been serving the Norwalk community dating back to 1925 when the Buono family, who still own the building, first opened an Italian Deli and Market. The neighborhood is quaint and inviting, and we hope to be an active part of everyone’s daily lives serving fresh food and home cooking while treating everyone like our own family. With a large selection of high quality cold cuts, salads, hot foods, and baked goods, we love good old fashioned cooking and love to share it with our guests. Breno, who believes strongly in his family farm roots, is proud to offer at Winfield Street Italian Deli, seasonal fare from some of our local Connecticut farms whenever possible.