Since first opening in 1954, 2nd Avenue Deli Restaurant has become one of the best-known names on the world-renowned Manhattan Jewish Deli scene. The ... More
2nd Avenue Deli Restaurant
Since first opening in 1954, 2nd Avenue Deli Restaurant has become one of the best-known names on the world-renowned Manhattan Jewish Deli scene. The menu consists of time-tested favorites like Corned Beef Sandwiches, Matzo Ball Soup , and Pastrami served in a dining room surrounded by Yiddish memorabilia. Though the original location on 2nd Street was closed down in 2006, it has since reopened at a new location on 33rd Street with its original menu still intact. You won't regret traveling those extra blocks for a taste of this Manhattan landmark.
Not sure where ClarkJ went with his review but I loved this place. I went in mid afternoon on a Friday and there was a 20 minute waiting time. It was well worth the wait. Even a New York policeman bagging his lunch here.
I was so thrilled when Second Avenue re-opened on 33rd Street. I was in deep withdrawal from their addictive pastrami. I used to live nearby the original, but the good news is they deliver. The chicken-in-a-pot is like grandma's. Jewish penicillin, the best matzoh ball...yummy. and they deliver.
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