In 1999, by utilizing their previous experience in the food service business, Anthony Scotti and his mom, Julie Scotti, established Scotti’s in Maryland Heights, Missouri.  This mother and son team oversees the daily operation of food service and marketing to the Metropolitan St. Louis area. 

Scotti's prepares top quality food with time-dependable delivery and a friendly outgoing staff.  Scotti's provides box lunches and corporate catering to many businesses, as well as those individuals ordering lunch because they stay in the office.  Scotti's also has in-house seating for those who want to get out of the office for lunch.  Whatever the location, Scotti's can accommodate. 

Scotti’s customer base has grown to over 1,000 within the St. Louis area, so in 2009, Scotti's expanded their dine-in seating area, installed a fountain soda machine for dine-in customers, and made other physical improvements, such as new carpet, tile, paint, and etc. 

The Scotti family has a long reputation of serving the St. Louis area in various capacities for over 70 years.  In the 1930s and 40s, there was Mrs. Scotti’s Fine Chocolates by Mrs. Frieda A. Scotti and in the 1950s, Mr. Joseph R. Scotti produced treats.  Finally, in 1999 Julie and Anthony opened Scotti’s Box Lunches, Corporate Catering & More. 

Scotti's Deli and Catering has been featured around St. Louis.  Scroll down to read the articles. 

40 Worthington Access
Maryland Heights,  Missouri 63043

Directions from 270:  Go east on Dorsett, turn right on Progress Parkway, left on Kimler, right on Worthington Access, Scotti's is on the left hand side.  Look for the red DELI sign by the sidewalk.


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40 Worthington Access
Maryland Heights, Missouri 63043
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Scotti's Deli Feed Locals For 13 Years

Video Courtesy of Maryland Heights Patch
Rob McLean - June 15, 2012
We sat down with local restaurateur Anthony Scotti to talk about his establishment and the most popular sandwich on the menu.
 

Scotti's Deli Delivers Relief to Storm Victims

Video Courtesy of KMOV.com
May 10, 2012
Since the Good Friday storms hit the area, relief groups and city governments have been organizing volunteer brigades. There are also dozens of stories of individuals volunteering entirely on their own, and that's Good News 4 a Change.
 

Scotti's Deli Going Strong for 10 Years

Article Courtesy of Sauce Magazine
Wednesday, 5/13/2009
Nowadays, a restaurant making it one year is cause for celebration. Ten years, and the restaurant should be inducted in some kind of restaurant hall of fame. If such a longevity award existed, we’d nominate Scotti’s Deli and Catering, because Friday marks the 10th year that the small, family-run Maryland Heights deli has delivered box lunches to hungry office workers and catered corporate events. To celebrate, Scotti’s will host an open house on Friday with drinks, appetizers and giveaways. The mother-son team of Tony and Julie Scotti used their experience in the food-service business to start the company, filling a need in an area overrun with corporate offices. Workers unable to break the chain order delivery of Scotti’s famous house-made chicken salad, Philly cheese steak sandwiches and subs with Scotti ‘s special sauce. This year, Scotti’s expanded its dine-in area for outside-the-cubicle lunchers. Either way, it sure beats the bologna sandwich from home. And nothing beats 10 years in business!
 

Got Hunger? Try Scotti’s Deli

Article Courtesy of Fox 2 News St. Louis
Nicole Songstad - June, 2009
Just off of  Dorsett Road in Maryland Heights, Scotti's Deli is serving up hearty sandwiches and family recipe salads. Among the plethora of sandwiches available, the Veggie Chicken Wrap and Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich stun the taste buds with a healthy dose of flavor. Scotti's Deli offers cold and hot sandwiches as well as popular chips and healthy salads. Even though their sandwiches are to die for, the desserts ranging from delicious cookies to delectable cakes could be considered murder to the tongue. But perhaps even more intriguing is how Scotti's Deli came to be.

In 1999, after leasing available office space, Anthony and Julie, along with helping hands, converted an office suite into a family-owned deli and catering business. Although the conversion was difficult, the work paid off since Scotti's Deli serves more than 1,700 returning customers. Scotti's friendly atmosphere, fast service, and tasty sandwiches, salads, and desserts draw in the hungry patron.

And not only is this family-owned deli in a convenient location, but Scotti's Deli is also impeccably organized and sanitary. The kitchen sparkles and shines, the warehouse hosts orderly storage space, and the dining area allows adequate access in and out of the deli.