News from Izzy's
Eat-Off Benefits Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. To highlight the team effort required to treat abused, neglected, and at-risk children, Izzy’s president John Geisen coordinated an “Eat-Off” between employees of the Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky and Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home. The goal for the competition is simple: to help increase community awareness of child abuse/neglect and the organizations working hard every day to provide treatment for children in need.
To celebrate its 110th Anniversary, Izzy’s created the 110 Reuben – a 5-pound sandwich designed for food competitions.
Izzy’s will bring the 110 Reuben to the Devou Park campus of Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky on Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 11:30AM for an eating contest involving representatives from both children’s agencies. The competition takes place on the front lawn overlooking the Ohio River and the area’s well-known bridges. Onlookers will witness - in a fun way - the serious efforts and teamwork being undertaken by two non-profit organizations with strong foundations in Northern Kentucky. Four employees from each organization will be divided into two mixed teams to emphasize the importance of community bridge building and teamwork. The two teams will compete to see who can consume the five pounds of sandwich first.
The Real Winner:
The real winner in this competition is the children benefiting from the services of both homes. This month and throughout the year, Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home and Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky work as bridge builders to care for children in need. The Izzy’s “Eat-Off” is just one of many events taking place during National Child Abuse Prevention Month to highlight the important work being undertaken by organizations focused on caring for abused, neglected, and at-risk children. By ensuring parents and guardians have the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to provide safe, nurturing environments for their children, these organizations help prevent child abuse and neglect by strengthening families and communities.
About Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky
Founded in 1882, Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky operates two campuses – one in Burlington and the other in Covington’s Devou Park. CHNK carries out its mission to be a community leader providing children and families opportunity and hope for better lives by offering both a residential treatment program and intensive in-home services. Last year, the Home impacted over 800 children and families in a total of 38 counties. For more information about CHNK, please visit www.chnk.org or contact Rick W. Wurth, Vice President for Development, at 859.261.8768.
About Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home
Diocesan Catholic Children's Home is a multiservice agency offering Residential Treatment for children ages 6 to 14 with moderate to severe emotional and/or behavioral difficulties. DCCH also offers Therapeutic Foster Care Services, Adoption Services, Private adoption home studies, and Training services. Crossing the span of over 160 Years, the Diocesan Catholic Children's Home has served the needs of more than 3000 children in Northern Kentucky. For more information about DCCH, please visit www.dcchome.org or contact Sr. Jean Marie Hoffman, Executive Director at 859.331.2040
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“BEST REUBENS EVER!!! ”
Robert P. ★★★★★
“Has the best reuben of my life (thus far)!! Nothing fancy about this joint - very laid back and casual. Staff was friendly and I could tell that they have a lot of regulars that come in for lunch. I ordered a reuben and fell in LOVE! Not greasy, not soggy, lots of awesome corned beef and sauerkraut, and the bread was super fresh. Izzys is on our list of places to eat when we are in Cincy. Top 3 for sure! ”
Melissa D. ★★★★
“Not only was the service fast but friendly. The Izzy special..on point. Thank you so much ”
Tamilyn E. ★★★★★
“Love the corned beef and potato cakes. Don't forget extra pickles.”
Ed P. ★★★★★
“Beechmont has the best customer service. Always friendly when you walk in and leave. Ive never waited long to dine in or pickup. ”
Heather T. ★★★★★
“Love Love Love this Hometown Favorite. Definitely on the top of my list. Cod & Izzy's pickles mmm mmm good!!!”
Nikki W. ★★★★
“Izzy's is a great place. a staple of downtown Cincy. They are known for their Ruben. However I recommend the Izzy's Mex (spicier Ruben) or "The Suzzy" which is turkey and cranberry-orange relish with cream cheese... it's better than it sounds.”
Chris W. ★★★★
“Love this location! My fiance does too. Told staff was our first time and she was patient and helpful with menu suggestions and questions. We have already been back. Tommy, Andy, Reuben all amazing. And the potato pancake is terrific! Thanks so much for being awesome, when we were having a bad day! ”
Jasmine C. ★★★★★
“Izzys has great food at a fair price. I always enjoy myself at Izzys! ”
Jim K ★★★★★
“This place is AWESOME!!!! I drove from Indianapolis to try this place and I do not regret my decision!!! Best food ever!!! The rueben omg...every ingredient from the bread to the sauce has been perfected!!! We need an Izzys here in Indy! 100% better than Shapiros!!! The pickles omg...I could go on and on forever!!! Thank you Mr. Izzy!!!! ”
Dee Y. ★★★★★
“Longtime fans "love" this landmark Cincinnati deli with locations throughout the city serving "hearty", "overstuffed" sandwiches (particularly the "terrific" Reuben) along with "famous" pickles and "second-to-none" potato pancakes; although the decor reminds some of a grade-school lunchroom, it's affordable and the staff is "a hoot."”
Zagat Reviewed – 4.5 Food/ 4.4 Service
“I think I died and went to sandwich heaven......seriously though, Izzys Original Reuben is the stuff of legends. Words cant describe it, you just need to go in and try it sometime. Im hungry just thinking about it!!!! ”
Martha C. ★★★★★