Article Courtesy of Lynn County News
A new eatery opened in Tahoka this week, with Del’s Deli opening their doors at 11 a.m. Monday to serve a variety of sandwiches and salads in the downtown area of Tahoka. Located at 1515 South 1st Street (formerly Tahoka Donuts), the new restaurant is owned by Jon Luna, who also owns Jolly Time restaurant at 2220 Lockwood in Tahoka. Del’s Deli is named after Luna’s mother, Delia Luna (nicknamed Del), and the Del’s Deli signage on the front door features a caricature of Delia, which Jon commissioned. Delia and her husband Juan Luna are longtime Tahoka residents, and she was the owner of Delia’s Hairstyling for many years here before retiring. She will be at the new restaurant on a semi-regular basis. The new eatery is open for lunch on weekdays only, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Dine-in or carryout is avail-able, and there is a drive-up window on the west side of the building. The daily menu features a variety of sandwiches named after family members.