Towering platters of intriguing appetizers as well as sky-high sandwiches abound at classic New York delis. There are pickles galore, corned beef, pastrimi and a smorgasbord of other famous offerings to be had.
Barney Greengrass is a delicatessen in the old world tradition. The obsessive dedication to hand-selected fish specialties has made it a New York tradition since 1908. It is well-worth the trip to this mecca of nosh to experience "The Sturgeon King's" commitment to Epicurean exce...541 Amsterdam Ave (bet. 86th & 87th Sts.)
Oy gevalt! The Second Avenue Deli no longer on Second Avenue? One of a dying breed of delis formerly found throughout the East Village and Lower East Side, Abe and Jack Lebewohl's temple of gefilte fish and chopped liver was a living legend in the former Yiddish Theatre zone of l...162 East 33rd Street
Born on the Lower East Side in 1888, with its famous decades-old signs such as "Send a salami to your boy in the army" and window display of thank-you letters from former U.S. presidents, Katz's has repeatedly earned the moniker of most authentic New York deli. Generation after g...205 E Houston St (Ludlow St.)
Travel back in time when you enter this tiny sliver of a restaurant on lower Second Avenue. Back when the good old Lower East Side was populated with appetizing stores (like M Schacht diagonally across Second) and delicatessens, B & H vied for your borscht shekels. Times have cha...127 2nd Ave