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Once representing the accumulated heritage of the stretch of Second Avenue known as the Yiddish Broadway, and reportedly expelled from its original home by escalating real estate prices, the venerable Second Avenue Deli has set down in an obscure corner of Murray Hill. A quick check of the only thing that matters to me-the pastrami and corned beef-found that the former remained mild and tasty, the latter well-textured and slightly more interesting. Both are sliced-by machine, and inferior to versions offered at Katz's. But how long can Katz's survive?
Making latkes is hard in a small apartment kitchen. The brave cook ends up with oil burns and will probably find crusty potato shreds on the floor come Passover. So we don't blame the Hanukkah-celeb... More »
The Upper East Side's wait for an Instant Heart Attack is nearly over: After two and a half years, the 2nd Ave. Deli is almost ready to open its newest location.Per Eater, the restaurant will open its... More »
Fourteen years after the robbery and murder of Abe Lebewohl, the longtime proprietor of the Second Avenue Deli, the Post is reporting that police are closer to solving the case. They've got several "p... More »
This is the deli made even more famous in the film "When Harry Met Sally" where Sally faked an "o" in between bites of her meticulously ordered sandwich. It's been around forever and seen the hood change from slum/industrial hub to hipsterdom. Most famous saying: "Send a salami to your boy in the army." They used to ship overseas during WWII. I'm sure wherever you live, from Atlanta to Alaska and anywhere in between, you too can get a slice of Kosher meat heaven.
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