Tag Archives: Delicatessens

The Chopped Cheese’s Sharp Rise to Fame

Source: NY Times Food

A sandwich with a base of grilled ground beef, long popular in New York bodegas, is now spreading to more upscale purveyors and has prompted vigorous debate on the internet over cultural appropriation and related issues.

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The End of the Carnegie Deli, a True New York Tourist Trap

Source: Grub Street NY

Even from the street, the Carnegie Deli looks like a New York institution. There’s the sign — that famously florid, curlicue “Carnegie” — and the line of people that often stretches down the block. A host barks out, letting everyone know when a table is free. Inside, the …

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Dining | New Jersey: Pastrami Is the Priority at These Old-School New Jersey Delis

Source: NY Times Food

Three Jewish delicatessens focus on preparing the ideal spicy meat sandwich.

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The Family Spirit of Harry & Ida’s and Ducks Eatery

Source: NY Times Food

A young crew in the spirit of a 1970s-style theater troupe drive Harry & Ida’s and Ducks Eatery.

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Neighborhood Joint | The Bronx: An Old-School Deli Endures in the Bronx

Source: NY Times Food

At Liebman’s Kosher Delicatessen in the Bronx they’ve been slinging pastrami and brisket since 1953, and no one seems to care about New York’s deli resurgence, or think that it needed one in the first place.

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