56th Street Deli Beer & Wine
No one put it better than Gary Portnoy when he wrote and sang the theme song to the famous TV Seires “Cheers”. He sang, “Sometimes you want to go…. Where everyone knows your name… And they’re always glad you came”.
This concept has been at the heart of our collaboration with 56th Street Deli off of 56th Street and Indian School in Phoenix, Arizona. The four founders of Grass Clippings have been buying sandwhiches from the local deli since we we’re 5 years old. Pete behind the counter has been a friend and even a mentor over the years as he’s watched us grow up. Hell, he even named a sandwhich after Connor, one of the Grass Clippings founders. When people say retail is dead or everything is moving online, I laugh because the personal exchange you get when going into a shop like 56th Street Deli is priceless.
Regardless of whether you’ve been to 56th Street Deli, the hat is a symbol more or less that when you can “shop local”.
Don't take our word for it
As a former grounds keeper on golf courses, athletic fields, and having a Bachelor’s of Science in Turfgrass Management….I love ya’lls stuff!
Big fan of everything y'all have going on. Grabbed a few hats so far and am looking forward to getting even grassier.
I am an assistant superintendent at a course up here in Wisconsin. This hat is awesome and can’t wait to rep it out on the course and out on the streets. Keep doin what you do.
Very excited about this hat. I’m the groundskeeper at Texas A&M University’s baseball field so grass is my life. Couldn’t go without something from y’all! Pumped to get it and wear it at work, Stay grassy!
In my free time I volunteer for the park district mowing ball fields and I thought some Stay grassy gear would be a perfect addition to wear out on the fields.
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3942 E. Campbell Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Tues - Fri: 10am - 5:30pm
Sat - Sun: 9am - 1pm