The New Yorker Deli: The Reuben and Carrot Cake Are Classics

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Long time regular customer

I have been going to the New Yorker Delicatessen since 1966 which was originally housed in the corner building. The house submarine (and the smaller version called the Torpedo) is the signature sandwich. This was always the restaurant of choice for my birthday dinners! The sandwiches are served with a kosher dill pickle not bread and butter. The sandwiches come with hot cherry peppers not pepperoncini, which are two excellent but distinctively different flavors. Their cheesecake is the perfect ending!

Wishyouwere OpenonMondays more than 2 years ago

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