Lenwich — Midtown East

1024 2nd Ave

September 5th, 1989 marked the beginning of the Lenny's story. On that day, Lenny Chu began working in a small, undistinguished sandwich shop on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. From the moment Lenny began working he endeavored to make the shop into... more

September 5th, 1989 marked the beginning of the Lenny's story. On that day, Lenny Chu began working in a small, undistinguished sandwich shop on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. From the moment Lenny began working he endeavored to make the shop into something extraordinary. Within 6 months Lenny and his brother, Brian, had bought the store and transformed it into what became Lenny's at 84th Street & Columbus Avenue. Lenny's quickly became known for its fresh specialty sandwiches and gracious service. Shortly thereafter Lenny and Brian opened a second Lenny's at 74th Street & Columbus Avenue, and the rest is history!


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1024 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10022
(212) 355-5700
Website

Editorial Rating

Category

Sandwich Shops

Price

$$$$$

Ambience

Casual

Payment

All Major

@Lenwich

@MatthewJohns0n @MatthewJohns0n Our 48th street location is still open and right across the street! 🥪🙌 February 26

@tayla_alexis Oh no!! We are so sorry about that! Would you kindly email us at [email protected] with the store…
https://t.co/g1OBMgI0lE September 12, 2018

@NickMartucci Hi Nick! Please email [email protected] Thank you! September 11, 2018

@TmRktShp Hello! We are so sorry for that unacceptable sandwich. Please email us at [email protected] so we can…
https://t.co/mzyLjMGlX2 August 24, 2018

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