Community Partners

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Horses for Heroes - Cowboy Up!

New York Deli owner, Jeffrey Schwartzberg, has long been an avid horseman and upon first meeting Rick Iannucci from Horses for Heroes, he was immediately moved by the work that the organization is doing for our veterans. The New York Deli supports the work of this fine organization and is pleased to partner with them.
http://www.horsesforheroes.org/Horses_For_Heroes_7UVM.html

 

 

 

Santa Fe Water Gardens

The new "Taste of Central Park" patio at New York Deli - Upper East Side includes a beautiful natural feel recirculating stream designed and installed by Santa Fe Water Gardens. The gentle sound of the water creates a luxurious and relaxing environment for our customers to enjoy. The fountain on the upper patio creates an old world feel while awakening the senses. Proceeds from the coins tossed into the fountain will be donated to the Santa Fe Boys & Girls Club.
http://www.santafewatergardens.biz/

 

 

 

Museum of New Mexico Foundation

New York Deli - Upper East Side is a proud member of the MNMF Business Council.  The mission of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation is to support the Museum of New Mexico to preserve and enhance New Mexico’s unique cultural resources through fundraising, collaboration, advocacy, and other services.  The foundation envisions a Museum of New Mexico that will have ever increasing resources to pursue its mission and create engaging cultural experiences for all New Mexico residents and visitors. 

http://www.museumfoundation.org/

The Museum of New Mexico

Museums:

  • New Mexico Museum of Art
  • New Mexico History Museum / Palace of the Governors
  • Museum of International Folk Art
  • Museum of Indian Arts & Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology
  • Office of Archaeological Studies

Monuments:

  • Coronado State Monument
  • Fort Selden State Monument
  • Lincoln State Monument
  • Bosque Redondo Memorial at Fort Sumner State Monument
  • Jémez State Monument
  • Camino Real International Heritage Center
  • Barela-Reynolds House