This ain't Oscar Meyer, folks. Family of Parma salami pros crosses the pond to show uptowners how deli meat is done. Grab some parmacotto, prosciutto, or porchetta to go, have guests leave your nex... read more
Hu, as in human, as in let your replicant eat that processed crap they’re selling elsewhere. For you, it’s nothing but the finest in organic, grass-fed, and whole grain. Burgers and qui... read more
Jewish-Québécois cuisine adds its uniqueness to the NYC dining collective. Spin-off of beloved BK original skips seats for a zigzagging SRO counter space. Named for Montreal's hippest... read more
Matt Levine's mashup of old and new LES. For the tenementy side, it’s vintage black and whites, shelves cluttered with antiques, working deli up front. For the modern, look for high-wattage c... read more
Ultra-patriotic Nolita deli denies entry to San Marzano tomatoes, stocks only Italian-American mozz and evoo. Miss Iowa La Quercia prosciutto piled high on Parisi bakery rolls, repping New York. Be... read more
Jewish-Québécois cuisine adds its uniqueness to the NYC dining collective. Small-scale deli takes its name from Montreal's hippest hood, serves up no-fuss Canuck faves. Smoked meat sp... read more
This ain't Oscar Meyer, folks. Family of Parma salami pros crosses the pond to show westsiders how deli meat is done. Grab some parmacotto, prosciutto, or porchetta to go, have guests leave your ne... read more
Busiest because it's the best. Midtown catchall gives you sustenance for another soul-deadening day at the office with sushi, udon, bulgogi, pastrami, Philly steaks, chicken marsala, create-your-ow... read more
Draws regular lunch crowd with wide variety of the usual sandwiches, salads, panini, and other deli fare. Sail past it all to the soup station at the back, and you'll be rewarded with some of the g... read more
Classic deli staples like just-bitter-enough pickles, hefty potato pancakes, and decadent chopped liver operating at a level a step above the rest. New location a bit of a tight squeeze, but indulg... read more
How much you bench these days, Joey? Dudes with gold chains, stone-washed jeans, and elaborate Nikes live for this famous old school spot that gets packed on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. T... read more
Kenny Shopsin is legend, as much for righteous old-school NY ‘tude as crazy creative concoctions, a la "blisters on my sisters" and slutty cakes infused with essence of stripper perfume, Parl... read more
This New York landmark is made so expressly by the tourists, just about the only people who actually walk throught these doors and buy one of their $18, big-as-your-foot sandwiches. But for locals,... read more
Eisenberg's teems with all the brashness, bustle, and flavorful matzoh ball soup you'd want in a Jewish deli, But don't be fooled by the name; beyond the pastrami and chopped liver sandwiches, ther... read more
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
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Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...