Knoxville (WVLT) -- Knoxville welcomed back a familiar taste on Sunday.
Harold's Deli delighted patrons on Gay Street in Downtown Knoxville for more 50 years before closing in 2005.
Starting at noon on Sunday visitors were able to once again enjoy the deli's food.
It was all to help raise money for the Heska Amuna Synagogue on Kingston Pike.
The menu featured corned beef, ham and turkey, available by the plate or the pound.
They also held a silent auction featuring all sorts of items such as a Bruce Pearl autographed basketball.
Harold Shersky, who ran the deli said he and his family will repeat the event next year.
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