21 "Deli" Restaurants in New York.
Frankel’s is a Jewish deli in the same vein as Russ & Daughters, but on its own level entirely.
Russ & Daughters has finally expanded, after 100 years in business. Now you can sit down in a comfy booth while you enjoy your lox, and it’s glorious.
Katz’s Deli isn’t just a Classic NYC Establishment, it’s a landmark that deserves government funding at this point.
When the original 2nd Ave Deli closed, lots of New Yorkers channeled some nostalgic rage. At the new Murray Hill location, the old school charm may be gone, but the matzoh ball soup and pastrami sa...
2nd Floor Bar & Essen is a semi-hidden bar above 2nd Ave Deli on the Upper East Side. It’s perfect for date night, and the food is great.
Pastrami Queen makes some of our favorite sandwiches on the Upper east Side.
A classic lunch counter that’s been around since 1929 in the heart of Flatiron.
Shelsky’s Brooklyn Bagels, in Park Slope, serves extremely good bagel sandwiches and smoked fish.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard location of Russ & Daughters is huge, and a good place to get bagels, smoked fish, and baked goods.
Teitel Brothers is a little grocery store on Arthur Avenue in The Bronx packed with cheeses, nuts, olive oils, and hanging pork legs.
Pete’s Clam Stop is a small, counter-service spot a block from the subway and the beach in Coney Island.
The founder of Feltman’s allegedly invented the hot dog, and this Coney Island spot still makes some of the best hot dogs around.